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Dreams are the stuff of which decisions a\ 

made 
It is in our imagination and our dreams that 

we become who we are 
Our image of ourselves 
Our dreams of who we want to be 
"I have a dream . . ." 
We who are young have wild dreams, 

beautiful dreams, impossible dreams 
But something happens - 
Where do our dreams go? 
Where do our images of ourselves as beautiful 

and brave go? 
When do we decide to let others tell us who 

we shall be? 
Where do we learn to believe that we are 

nobody, we are worthless? 
But always we admire the dreamers 
Those who refuse to let their dreams go 
The poets, the artists, the adventurers, the 

statesmen, 
The great teachers, the inventors, the lovers 
The real men and women 
Who know they are equal to their dreams. 



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Faculty 17-28 

Seniors 29-79 

In Memory of 80 



Clubs & Organizations 81-102 




Sports 104-143 

Superlatives 147-151 

Special Events 152-162 

Candids 163-172 

Senior Week 173-190 

Advertising 191-206 

Senior Directory 207-211 



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Teacher Brutality 



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Some games just drove the fans up the wall! 



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Sue and Frank — True love??? 



Cheryl and Rick playing house 



Math class? . . . Bat class!!! 




Romeo, Romeo 



Nature lovers??? — Linda and Charlie 



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President: Donna Mellor 



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A commentary on the book, perhaps? 



Good sportsmanship should always be our primary concern! 







Would you trust him with your daily receipts? 



It's me again! Send a wrecker!! 



Jimmy Connors, eat your heart out! 




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House Master — Carl Stasio 



House Master — David dayman 



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Assistant Principal — Arthur Nicholson 



Principal — Donald Timony 



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Media Staff 



Main Office Staff 



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Sheryl Allen 

Physical Education 

Alton Bailey 
Guidance 

Carole Bailey 

Physical Education 



Karen Bergeron 

Physical Education 
Irene Boisvert 

Foreign Language 

Patricia Borucki 
Business 



Judith Cade 

Home Economics 

Jean Carrier 
Math 

Joseph Caruso 
Foreign Language 



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Patricia Conroy 
English 

Leo Constantineau 
Art 

Paul Constantineau 
Industrial Arts 



Kathleen Cook 
Foreign Language 

Elaine Crane 
English 

William Cullen 
Guidance 




A teachers work is never done! 



Alfred Destefano 
Social Studies 

Doreen Devine 
Math 

Jacqueline Dirsa 
Math 



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Daniel Dodson 
Social Studies 

Kathleen Doran 
Business 

Nancy Dorner 
Social Studies 





So those tuna lunches finally paid off, Carl? 



Barbara Fiorello 
Art 

Ann Marie Fiorella 
English 

Joseph Forseze 
Science 



Kathleen Fox 
Science 

Robert Fradette 
Math 

Albert Francis 
English 



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Roger Fuller 
Science 

Gerald Gagne 

Foreign Language 
Mildred Gammons 

Foreign Language 



Denise Hall 

Home Economics 

Douglas Hallbauer 
English 

Dr. Marilyn Harris 
Media 



Daniel Herlihy 
English 

Lillian Hershfield 
English 

Judith Hiller 
Math 



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Alvin Huebner 
Guidance 

Michael Hughes 
Social Studies 




Bruce Hiscock 
Math 

Sandra Hodge 
Math 

Shirley Hovanasian 
Performing Arts 



David Isadore 
Performing Arts 

Thomas Jennings 
English 

Alfred Jones 
English 



Elaine Kevgas 
English 

Barbara Kilcarr 
Social Studies 

Laurence Klimas 
Physical Education 



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Rhonda Krasa 
Special Needs 

Anne Marie Krussell 
English 

Ruth Lange 
Business 



Milton Lebowitz 
Social Studies 

Leonie Longshore 
English 

Elaine Lostimolo 
Foreign Language 




More mashed potatoes for lunch line #2. 



Janet Mclennan 
Guidance 

Andrew Melnicki 
English 

Thomas Merriman 
Health 



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Francis Molesso 
Physical Education 

Robin Moody 
Social Studies 

John Moore 
Science 




Does not compute! 



Bruce Parker 
Math 

Raymond Pilat 
Business 

Katherine Quick 
Guidance 



Rocco Ricci 
Guidance 

John Rimas 
Social Studies 

Joseph Robillard 
Physical Education 



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Robert Rosmarino 
Driver Education 

William Russell 
Science 

Peter Salemi 
Science 



Arthur Sharkey 
Media 

John Sieg 
Math 

Patricia Small 
Performing Arts 



Jennifer Smith 
English 

Michael Sorter 

Physical Education 

Margaret Steele 
Business 



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Claire St. Pierre 
Business 

Aileen Swider 
Home Economics 

Maureen Troianello 
Math 



Patricia Walsh 
Business 

David Whiting 
Social Studies 

Cynthia Wilcock 
Foreign Language 



Frank Yelle 
Math 

Kenneth Yetka 
Special Needs 

John Ziminski 
Science 



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Here I come Hollywoodxxx — Mr. Bruce Hiscock 




Don't take my teddy away! Mr. Steve Francis 



Look Ma no hands — Miss Joyce Contarino 



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Roseann Ansaldi 



Debra Arasi 

"Debby" 

Ambition: To become a 

successful art therapist. 

Activities: 

Vice-President art club, 

psychology workshop. 




William J. Arcidiacono 

"Cid" 

Ambition: To be 

successful in the 

computer field or 

engineering. 

Activities: Football, 

Basketball, Baseball, 

German Club. 




Keith Ardizzone 
"Ardibone" 
Ambition: To become 
successful in anything I 
do. 

Activities: Varsity 
Soccer, Molson, 
Brothers Four, Dating 
little "Pa," and working 
at the 88 Restaurant. 



Sharon Arnold 

Ambition: To work in 

the field of modeling 

and Hairdressing. 

Activities: Enjoying 

Myself. 




Patricia Augeri 
"Little Pa," Pat 
Ambition: To go to 
college and become 
successful in special 
education. 
Activities: National 
Honor Society, Spanish 
Club, Yearbook Staff, 
Powderpuff Football, 
and dating 
"Ardibone." 




Irene H. Bagdoian 
Ambition: To attend 
college and pursue a 
career in either law or 
politics. 

Activities: Student 
council 1,2,3,4, Drama 
Club 2,3,4, French 
Club, 1,2, Yearbook 
Staff, Senior Class Play, 
Sophomore Class 
Secretary 



Diane L. Beaudoin 

"Di" 

Ambition: To become a 

nurse. 

Activities: Spanish 

Club, Spanish Honor 

Society, Pep Club, 

Home Room Rep., 

Home Economics Club. 




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Jamie Maria Becotte 
J.B. 
Ambition: To travel 
and to become a famous 
lawyer. To see the 
world. 

Activities: Powderpuff 
Football, Senior Class 
Play. 



B. Jean Begley 

Ambition: To always be 

happy. 

Activities: J.V. 

Basketball, Tennis 

Team. 




Patricia A. Belair 

Pat 

Ambition: To always be 

happy, and know the 

love of friends. 

Activities: Spanish 

Club, Spanish Honor 

Society, Pep Club, 

Academic Intership. 




Denise C. Beliveau 
"Dee" 
Ambition: To become a 
successful Medical 
Technologist, and to 
keep smiling and 
laughing. 

Activities: French Club, 
French Club President, 
Bicentennial 
Workshop, Ethel — 
Senior Class Play, Pep 
Club, Library 
Assistant. "Do what 
comes naturally." 



Diane Beland 

Buzz 

Ambition: To keep 

ahead. 

Activities: Smokin' in 

the girlsroom. 




Jeff Bellorado 
"Bells" 
Ambition: To go to 
college and become 
rich. 

Activities: Hockey — 
Assistant Capt. 



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Donna P. Bergeron 
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Ambition: To climb 
high, to climb far, my 
goal the sky, my aim 
the star. To see Dave 
Mason in concert! 
Activities: Art, Music, 
and E.Z. Livin. 



Rich Bianchi 




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Lisa A. Binette 
Lisa 
Ambition: To be happy 
with Danny M. and to 
be a successful 
hairdresser. 



David Bistany 
Ambition: To own a 
mountain of snow. 
Activities: Skiing. 




Richard Bobola 
Rocky 
Ambition: To be a cop. 
(Pootang) Sleeping. 




Marie K. Bocsi 
Foxy Bocsi 
Ambition: I'd like to 
pursue a career in 
interior designing, and 
design my own home 
in California. 
Activities: Homeroom 
Representative, Senior 
Class Play, Powder Puff 
Football. Half the fun of 
having a friend is being 
one yourself. Love to 
my senior class. 



Olga Bolano 
Ambition: To be a 
secretary. 




Clement Jay Bonanno 
Puggy 
Ambition: To be 
successful in life. 
Activities: Football. 




Gina Marie Bonanno 

"gigi" 
Ambition: To be 

successful, and live my 
life to its fullest. 
Activities: Majorette 
Captain, Marching 
Band, Spanish Club, 
Drama Club, Dance 
Club, Powderpuff 
Football, Senior Class 
Play, Football Queen 
attendant, Homeroom 
Representative. 



Bruce R. Bonin 

Ambition: To become 

an actuary. 

Activities: Stagehand, 

Marchingband. 




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Karen Booth 

Boothy 

Ambition: To become a 

nurse and be happy in 

life. 

Activities: Tennis, 
Swimming. 



Charles L. Bouchard 
Chuck 
Activities: Skiing, Golf, 
Football. 



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James Bourgeois 

Jim 

Ambition: To graduate. 




John Bourgeois 
Busch 
Ambition: Truck 
Driver. 
Activities: Skiing. 



Cheryl Bowden 

Ernie 

Ambition: To be 

happy. 

Activities: Science 

Club, Rangerettes, 

Powder-puff, Art Club. 




Sharon Bradish 
Ambition: To be come a 
nurse and to help 
others. 




Christopher J. Branca 
Chris 
Ambition: To go to 
college and become 
successful. 



Linda J. Brandin 

Ambition: To become a 

nurse. 

Activities: Spanish 

Club. 




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Lisa Ann Brown 
Speed Queen 
Ambition: 
Psychologist. 
Activities: Ski Team. 



Martin R. Brown 
Marty 
Ambition: To be a 
mechanic. 




Linda J. Buffo 

"Buff" 

Ambition: To teach 

Horse Riding. 

Activities: Horseback 

Riding, Distributive 

Ed, Vice President. 




Joe Buggea 
Ambition: To be a radio 
Announcer. 
Activities: Bowling 
Writing. 



Sharon Bundzinski 
Ambition: To marry 
Mike and live — a 
happy healthy life. 




David Burdin 
"T" 
Ambition: To get out of 
Methuen. 




Colleen M. Burke 
"Turke" 
Ambition: To be 
successful and happy in 
whatever I do. 



Ellen Burns 
"Bonsai" 
Activities: Cadet 
Corps, Special Needs 
Class, Powder Puff. 




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Karen J. Burokas 
Barbara 
Ambition: To be a 
hairdesigner and be 
happy. 

Activities: Deca Club, 
Spanish Club. 



Peter Cammacho 

Petu 

Ambition: To be Rich & 

Spacy. 

Activities: Hockey, 

Cheerleader. 




Nancy Elizabeth 
Campbell 
Soup, Ri 
Ambition: Attend 
Merrimack & get my 
degree 
Activities: Tennis team, 
Spanish club, Pep 
Club, Powder puff 
Football 




Mary Campbell 
Ambition: Fashion 
Merchandiser. 
Activities: Spanish 
Club, President 
1977-78, Spanish Honor 
Society, Drama Club, 
Home Ec. Club. 



Rick Cameron 

Ambition: To become a 

successful X-Country 

Coach. 

Activities: X-Country, 

Indoor Track, Outdoor 

Track (Captain of 

X-Country and one of 

the captains for indoor 

& outdoor track). 





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Stephen A. Caredeo 
Steve 
Ambition: To enter 
accounting and become 
a CPA. 

Activities: French Club, 
Prep Club, Homeroom 
Representative, 
Newspaper Staff. 



Elizabeth A. Carney 
Liz 
Ambition: To be 
successful in whatever I 
do. 




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Jim Cassidy 
"Shot" 
Ambition: Go to 
college. 

Activities: Hockey, 
Baseball. 



Maureen A. Castles 

"Mo; Sand" 

Ambition: To be a 

veternarian or to work 

with animals. 

Activities: Volleyball, 

Basketball, Winter 

Track, Spring Track, 

Homeroom 

Representatives, 

Spanish Club, Powder 

Puff, Spanish Honor 

Society. 




Sheila Marie Castrios 

"Byrd" 

Ambition: To own 

Horses, and become a 

legal secretary. 

Activities: School 

newspaper, Pep Club, 

Powder Puff Football. 





Donna Catalano 



Steven Cavazza 

"Steve" 

Ambition: To own a 

restaurant. 

Activities: Student 

Council, Art Club, 

Spanish Club, Italian 

Club. 





Dorothy M. Celia 
"Dottie" 
Ambition: To live a 
happy life and to be 
successful in what ever 
I do. 




Brian Chalifour 
Ambition: Graduate. 
Activities: Guitar, 
Listen to rock. 



Robert Charette 

"Bubba" 

Ambition: Successful in 

life. 

Activities: French Club, 

Newspaper Staff, 

(President) Junior 

Achievement, St. 

Theasa's Youth Group. 




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John M. Checovich 
Ambition: Go to 
College. 

Activities: Bowling, 
Volleyball, Swimming 
and going to the 
movies. 



Paul Chenard 




Brian Cleary 

Ambition: Musician 

(Bassist). 

Activities: Partying, 

Shooting, Hunting, 

weightlifting & girls. 




Dean Coco 
"Madman" 
Ambition: To go into 
my own business. 
Activities: Football, 
Track, Powderpuff 
Cheerleader. 



Christina Coletta 

"Chris" 

Ambition: To help 

handicapped children. 

Activities: Field 

Hockey, & Cadet 

Corps. 




Carolyn Colizzi 
"Carol" 
Ambition: To go into 
accounting and 
Business management 
as a career & to be 
Happy. 




Sheila A. Collins 
Ambition: To live life to 
its fullest. 

Activities: Distributive 
Education. 



Stephen Collopy 

"Pek" 

Ambition: To exploit 

my talents and always 

keep a sense of humor. 

Activities: Soccer, 

Basketball, Yearbook 

Staff, and "Girls." 




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Colleen F. Comerford 

"Moose" 
Ambition: To become a 
Mortician. 

Activities: Powder Puff 
Football, Homeroom 
Rep., Winter Track, 
Yearbook Staff. 



Karen Consoli 

"Noli" 

Ambition: Become a 

commercial artist. 

Activities: Horseback 

Riding, Ice Skating. 




Lisa Maria 
Constantineau 

"chickie" 

Ambition: To work 

with kids. Maybe have 

my own day care center 

. . . I'll never be just a 

housewife! 

Activities: Dancing, 

Partying, Going to 

Prince Edward Island, 

Wood working. 





Francis P. Corcoran 
"Frank" 
Ambition: Career as a 
pilot and to be 
successful at it. 



David C. Cormier 

Ambition: To become a 

dentist. 

Activities: Student 

Senate, Student 

Advisory Council to the 

School Board, Marching 

Band, Concert Band, 

French Club, 800 Club, 

Senior Class Play, 

Newspaper Staff, State 

student Advisory 

Council, Boy's State, 

Student Government 

Day, Jr. Honor Society. 





Karen Courcy 
"Karen" 
Ambition: To be happy 
and get the best of 
everything out of life. 
Activities: Powder Puff 
Football, Partying. 




Priscilla Couture 
"Couch" 
Ambition: To become 
successful in anything I 
do. 

Activities: Basketball, 
Badminton, Partying. 



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Erin Cronin 
Ambition: To go to 
College. 

Activities: Dance Club, 
Powder Puff Football, 
Mary Campbell-Senior 
Class Play, Cadet 
Corps. 



Steve Crompton 




James Croteau 




Scott Croteau 
Scottie 
Ambition: To go to 
college. 
Activities: Hockey. 



Cherylann L. Cubelli 

"Kublie" 

Ambition: To be happy 

& successful. 

Activities: Distributive 

Ed. 




Frank Cubelli 




Leo Cuticchia 
<<Yig" 
Ambition: To lead a 
successful life. 
Activities: Ice Hockey, 
Boxing. 



Paula Daigle 

Ambition: To be a 

secretary and be 

successful in life. 

Activities: Work-Study. 




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Brian Daley 
Ambition: To graduate 
and hunt wild boar. 



Judith Dallon 

"Judy" 

Ambition: To be 

successful in 

everything I do. 

Activities: Spanish 

Club, National Spanish 

Honor Society Youth 

Group. 




Mark A. Davidson 

"Dave" 

Ambition: Natural 

Science (to succeed in). 

Activities: Football, 

Wrestling, Latin Club. 





Donna M. Davis 
"Lead Foot" 
Ambition: To be happy 
and successful in 
whatever I do. 
Activities: Skating 
Club, Workstudy. 



Christine J. DeChane 

"Percy" 
Ambition: To party, to 
get out of school. 





Michele DeFeo 
Shirley 
Ambition: To be happy 
and successful in 
whatever I do. 




Lillian A. Delaney 
"Lee — Smiley" 
Ambition: To be a 
successful Business 
Person. 

Activities: Volleyball, 
Homeroom Rep. 
DECA. 



Jim E. DeLoge 

"Spacey" 

Ambition: Brick Layer. 

Activities: Swimming, 

Football, Baseball, 

Tennis, and getting 

high. 




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Michele DeLuca 
Mikki 
Ambition: To Grow at 
least 5 inches. 



John DeMarkis 




Gina DeMonaco 

Ambition: To go to 

college and major in 

Psychology or Social 

work. 

Activities: Field 

Hockey Tri-Captain, 

Winter Track, Spring 

Track, Homeroom 

Representative, Senior 

Class Play, Yearbook 

Staff, Powder Puff 

Football. 



William DeSantis 
"3-dollar" 
Ambition: Make 
Money. 




Donald J. DeSantis 
Stone-head 
Ambition: To be happy 
& live a good life. 
Activities: Football, 
Yearbook Staff, 
Homeroom 
Representative. 



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Jeff Deshaies 
"Hefe" 
Ambition: To become a 
professional at 
everything. 
Activities: Soccer, 
Baseball, Cross 
Country, Homeroom 
Representative. 




Robert DesRoche 
Sob 
Ambition: To be 
successful in the 
business world. 



David J. Desrochers 

D.J. 

Ambition: Enginemen, 

U.S. Navy. 

Activities: Chess, 

Baseball, Hockey, 

Bowling. 




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William J. Des Roches 
Jr. 
"Bill- 
Ambition: Pharmacist. 
Activities: Latin Club. 



Paul DeVeau 
Ambition: To go to 
College. 
Activities: Football. 




Steve Devine 

Ambition: 
Engineering. 





John DiBenedetto 
"Benny" 
Ambition: To be 
Successful. 
Activities: Marching 
Band, Concert Band. 



Sandra DiFrancesco 
"Sandy," "Deuce," 
"DiFran," "D" 
Ambition: To keep in 
touch with everyone 
after high school. 
Activities: Powder Puff 
Football, Basketball, 
Spring Track. 





David Dimmock 
"Dim" 
Ambition: To further 
my education in the 
Grafic Arts Field. 
Activities: Cadets. 




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Elizabeth DiPalermo 
"Liz," "Deep" 
Ambition: To be happy 
and to become a 
successful executive 
secretary. I hope to live 
life to it's fullest. 
Activities: Senior — 
Yearbook Staff, Senior 
Class Play — Usherette. 



Sal DiSalvo 

"Bear" 

Ambition: To be a 

woodsman in Vermont. 

Activities: Football, 

Indoor Track, Outdoor 

Track, Teresa. 




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Kenneth Divoll 
"Lumberjack" 
Ambition: I want to go 
to school for forestry, 
and turf management. 
And to get a good job. 
Activities: Co-op work 
experience. 



John DiZoglio 

"Dizzy" 
Activities: Partying 
with the boys. 




Edward P. Doerr 

"Paul" 

Ambition: To become a 

success. 

Activities: German 

Club, Cross Country, 

Winter Track, and 

Spring Track. 




Kathleen M. Donohue 

"Kathy" 
Ambition: To become a 
secretary and to be 
happy. 

Activities: Rangerettes 
9,10. 



Elizabeth A. Donovan 

"Beth" 

Ambition: To graduate 

from college and live a 

happy and successful 

life. 

Activities: French Club, 

Cheerleader, National 

Honor Society, Class 

Treasurer, Yearbook 

Staff, Powder Puff 

Football, Student 

Council, Ring 

Committee, Basketball 

(capt.), Spring Track. 




Stephen D'Orto 
"Batey" 
Ambition: Stay young, 
be rich and travel. 
Activities: Soccer, 
Winter and Spring 
Track, Basketball, 
Representative, Senior 
Class Play, Powder Puff 
— Cheerleader, 
Yearbook Staff. 



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James T. Doucette 
"Professor DoDoo" 
Ambition: To wake up 
with my head on my 
shoulders. 

Activities: Driving his 
girlfriend car with 
Percy. 



Laurie Downey 




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Robert Drago 

"Bob" 

Ambition: To be a cop. 



James Driscoll 

"Drisc" 

Ambition: To be an 

actor or enter some field 

in communications. 

Activities: Football, 

Tennis, Drama Club, 

Senior Class Play; 

Johnny. 



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William Drury 

"Billy" 

Ambition: To become a 

marine Biologist, and to 

live in Australia. 

Activities: Football, 

Winter Track, Spring 

Track. 





Mike T. Dube 
"Tiff" 
Ambition: Automotive 
Mechanic. 
Activities: Skiing, 
Scuba Diving, Tennis, 
Volleyball. 



Cathleen Duffy 

"Cathy" 

Ambition: To be happy 

in whatever I do. 

Activities: Rangerettes, 

Powder Puff Football, 

Student Senate, 

D.W.F.C. 




Gary J. Dzioba 
Ambition: To be 
successful in the 
Architectural Field. 




Deborah Earnshaw 
"Debbie" 
Ambition: To work 
with Children. 
Activities: D.E.C.A. 



Rhonda J. Eddy 

Ambition: To be in a 

profession in which I 

can help people. 

Activities: Student 

Council, National Jr. 

Honor Society, 

Homeroom 

Representative, 

Academic Internship, 

Powder Puff Football. 




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Cindy Egan 
Ambition: Teacher in 
Day Care Center, Be a 
part time model. 



Eric Ehramjian 
Ambition: To teach 



music. 



Activities: Marching 

Band, Concert Band, 

Jazz Band, Senior Class 

Play. 




Kenneth EudenBach 

Ken 

Ambition: To Major in 

Music. 

Activities: Playing the 

guitar and to form a 

rock group. 




Jeffrey R. Evans 
Jeff 
Activities: Spanish 
Club. 



Brian B. Farley 
"Pengi" 

Ambition: Go to 

college, stay with my 

"Scoob." 

Activities: Varsity 

Football, Ski Team, 

Varsity Baseball. 





Willard Farrell 
Bill 
Ambition: To become a 
successful accountant. 
Activities: Marching 
Band, Jazz Band, 
Concert Band, Burger 
Flipping. 



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Lisa Fascione 
Ambition: To go to 
college and become an 
engineer. 
Activities: Pep Club. 



Cathy Ann Nazar Faunt 

Ambition: Spanish 

Major. 

Activities: Spanish 

Club, Dance Club, 

Spanish Honor Society, 

Homeroom 

Representative. 




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Gregory Favreau 
Fav 
Ambition: To pursue a 
career in law 
enforcement. 
Activities: Basketball 



Frank S. Ferrara 
Ambition: Funeral 
Director 




Joel M. Finochiaro 

Ambition: To get a 900 

KTD and an F250 

Activities: Cadets 

(commander), 

Gymnastics, Spring 

Track 




Loretta Fiorante 
Laurie 
Ambition: Artist 
Activities: Art, Music, 
Free easy living 



James Fiorello 




Karen A. Fitzpatirck 
"Fitzi" 
Ambition: Artist 
Activities: Art, Music, 
Free easy living 




Tracy Fleming 
Ambition: Writing 
Activities: Junior 
Honor Society, Honor 
Society, Newspaper 
Staff 



Alison J. Flemings 

Ambition: To teach 

phys. ed, and coach 

track 

Activities: Girl's 

Varsity Winter & 

Spring Track, Honor 

Society, Yearbook, 

Spanish Club, 

Bicentenial Workshop, 

Spanish National 

Honor society, Powder 

Puff Football 




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John D. Follansbee 
"Jack" 
Ambition: To do the 
best I can. 

Activities: President 
Computer Club, Drama 
Club 



Debra Fraas 

"Nymph" 

Ambition: To become a 

special needs teacher 

Activities: Art Club, 

Drama Club, Senior 

Class Play, Gymnastic 

team, Powder Puff 

Football 




Steve Franz 

Ambition: To become 

Happy in life and go to 

college after High 

School. 




Karen Anne Frechette 
Ambition: To teach 
elementary school and 
be happy 

Activities: House of 
Representatives, 
Powder Puff Football, 
National Junior Honor 
Society 



Mary Ann Frechette 

"MaryLou" 

Ambition: To keep on 

smilin' 

Activities: Drama Club, 

Flags, Track, One Act 

Plays, Senior Class 

Play, Secretary Chorus, 

French Club. 




John J. Freeman 
"The Arab" 
Ambition: To live 
happily 
Activities: Soccer 




Ronald M. Gallant 
Ambition: To become a 
long haul truck driver. 







Edward S. Gallagher 
"Ed" 



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Jane Galloway-Coletta 
Ambition: Travel 
around the United 
States. 
Activities: Cadets. 



Wendy Garabedian 

Ambition: To be happy 

in whatever 1 may do. 

Activities: Marching 

and Concert Band, 

Honor Society, 

(Vice-President), 

Tutoring, Newspaper, 

Student Senate, French 

Club (Treasurer). 




Karen Garvin 

Ambition: To be happy 

and successful. 

Activities: Track, 

Powder Puff Football, 

Play usherette. 





Glenn Gaumond 
Ambition: To be a 
computer Programer. 



Robert Gaumond 

"Gilligan" 

Ambition: To make a 

lot of Money! 

Activities: Ice Hockey, 

Street Hocket etc. 





Shawn Gaumond 
Activities: Soccer — 
Tri-Capt., Gymnastics. 




Louis A. Gemellaro 
"Lou, Louie" 
Ambition: To go to 
school and have a good 
job. 

Activities: Smoke Runs 
in the parking lot. 



Robert D. Gerardi Jr. 

"Vip" 

Ambition: To do the 

best in the field I 

choose. 

Activities: Ski Team, 

Band. 





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Jeff A. Getchell 
"Jimmy the Getch" 
Ambition: To be 
successful in whatever I 
decide to do. 
Activities: Football, 
Basketball. 



Brenda Giarrusso 

Ambition: Social 

Worker and to travel. 

Activities: Rangeretts, 

Italian Club. 




Donna L. Gilbert 

"Duck" 

Ambition: To live a 

happy life. 

Activities: Powder 

Puff, Cadets, Spanish 

Club, Gymnastics, 

Track, Drama Club, 

Yearbook, Sr. Class 

Play — Lady Director. 

Do not walk in front of 

me for I am not a 

follower, do not walk 

behind me for I am not 

a leader. But just walk 

beside me and be my 

friend. 



Josephine M. Golio 

"Pina" 

Ambition: To become a 

legal Secretary and to 

be happy with Tim. 

Activities: Usherette for 

senior Class Play. 




Robert V. Gillis III 
"Bob" 
Ambition: Go to college 
and run into money. 
Activities: Varsity 
Tennis Team. 





Matthew Gordon 
"Matt" 
Ambition: To be a 
success. 

Activities: Spanish 
Club, National Honor 
Society, Tennis, 
Basketball, Drama 
Club. 







Peter Gormley 
"Pete" 
Ambition: To enter the 
field of 

Communications. 
Activities: Senior Class 
Play. 



William J. Gould 
"Tazzy" 

Ambition: To be 
successful in my search 
for a new set of Knees. 
Activities: Powder Puff 
Cheerleader, Football, 
Capt. Wrestling, Drama 
Club — Treasurer. 




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Carlene Graham 
"G" "Carla" 
Ambition: To become a 
nurse. 

Activities: Cheering 
(capt.), Spanish Club, 
National Honor 
Society, Spanish Honor 
Society, Senior Class 
Play, Dance Club, 
Powder Puff Football 
(Champion Senior 
Team). 



Marie Grasso 
Ambition: To be a 
hairdresser. 
Activities: Rangeretts. 







Mark A. Grasso 





Mark S. Grasso 
"Grass" 
Ambition: To go to 
college and become 
successful. 
Activities: Soccer, 
Winter, Spring Track 
(Co. Capt.). 



Joe Grelle 
"Grell" 
Ambition: To go as far 
as I can in Baseball. 
Activities: Baseball. 





John Griffin 

"Jack" 

Activities: Drag racing, 

Waterskiing, Partying. 




Cathleen D. Griffin 
"Cathy" 
Ambition: To become a 
nurse. 

Activities: Cheerleader 
(Co-Capt.), Senior year 
Drama Club, Student 
Senate, Ring 
Committee, Yearbook 
Staff, Back Stage — 
Senior Class Play. 



Maryanne Gross 

Ambition: To graduate 

from College. 

Activities: Cadets, 

Business Co-op. 




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Lisa Griskevich 
"lettle flea" 
Ambition: To live a 
happy and successful 
life. 

Activities: Cheerleader, 
French Club, National 
Honor Society, 
Yearbook Staff, Student 
Council, Class Office 
(Vice Pres.), Powder 
Puff Football, Football 
Queen Attendant, 
Senior Class Play, Ring 
Committee, Homeroom 
Representative. 



Paula Groswald 
"Paula and Steve" 

Ambition: My 

ambition is to always 

be happy with Steven. 

Activities: DECA. 




Susan N. Guimond 

Sue 

Ambition: To be happy 

throughout my life. 

Activities: Work Study. 




Carol Hagopian 

Ambition: To become a 

Famous Producer. 

Activities: Drama Club, 

Dristribute Ed. 





Paula J. Hadley 
Pauls, P.J. 
Ambition: To teach 
children with special 
needs and to be happy 
with Chaz-e-lee. 
Activities: Chorus, 
Winter and Spring 
Track, Field Hockey 
French Club, Powder 
Puff Football, Senior 
Class Play, Drama 
Club. 



Judith M. Hajjar 
Judy 
Ambition: To be happy 
and successful in 
whatever I decide to do. 
Activities: Spanish 
Club, Spanish Honor 
Society, Flag Corps, 
Marching Band, 
Powder Puff Football, 
D.W.F.C. 



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Lynne M. Hajjar 
Lynnie 
Ambition: To make the 
most I can out of my 
life. 

Activities: Flag Corps, 
Honor Society, Spanish 
Club, Spanish Honor 
Society, Marching 
Band, Winter and 
Spring Track, D.W.F.C. 
Tutoring. 



Karen A. Hailson 

"Kate" 

Ambition: To go into 

Retailing. 

Activities: 

Cheerleading, Spanish 

Club, Figure Skating 

Club, Ski Team. 




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Paula J. Halloran 
Ambition: To be 
successful, have fun, 
and always be happy 
with Steve. 

Activities: Co-Captain 
of JV Softball, French 
Club. 



Paula A. Hamel 

Ambition: To become a 

famous fashion 

designer. 

Activities: DECA Club, 

Ski Team, Partying, 

yapping with my 

friends, Always being 

with Marc. 




Susan Gail Hammer 

"Sue" 

Ambition: Accounting, 

to stay friends with Deb 

forever. 

Activities: D.W.F.C, 

Marching Band, 

Concert Band, Burger 

Flipping, Kenny. 





James P. Hannagan 
"Jim" 
Ambition: Fire Fighter, 
Be single. 
Activities: Fishing, 
Hunting, Tennis. 



Thomas Hannagan 
"H" 
Ambition: To become a 
Fireman. 
Activities: Baseball. 





Geralyn Hart 
"Gerri" 
Ambition: Go into 
Early childhood 
Education. 
Activities: Track, 
Softball, Field Hockey, 
Bloodmobile, Spanish 
Club, Newspaper. 




Joan Hatem 
Ambition: To get a 
college education and 
then be happily 
married. 

Activities: Spanish 
Club, Spanish Honor 
Society, National 
Honor Society, Class 
Play, Powder Puff 
Football, Field Hockey, 
Homeroom Rep. 



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Rosine Marie Hatem 

"Ace" 

Ambition: To go to the 

World Karate 

Championships in 

Japan and to become a 

stuntwoman. Also I 

would like to have my 

own Karate School. 

Activities: Co-Captain 

Field Hockey, J.V. 

Basketball, Co-Captain 

J.V. Softball, 

Gymnastics, Winter 

and Spring Track, 

Student Senate, 

Assistant Editor 

Yearbook, Powder Puff 

Football, Senior Class 

Play — Mitzi!, Dance 

Club, Spanish Club, 

Spanish Honor Society, 

Karate, Bowling. 





James Hegarty 

Curls 

Ambition: To get as far 

away from the Weaze as 

possible. 

Activities: Varsity 
Soccer, Senior Class 
Play. 



Susan Hering 

Sue 

Ambition: To become a 

nursery school teacher. 

Activities: Photography 

Club, Home Ec. Club. 




Ron Hibbard 

"Hib" 

Ambition: To fly in the 

Air Force. 

Activities: Gymnastics. 




Susan C. Hilderbrandt 

Sue 
Ambition: To be happy 
and succeed in life. 
Activities: French Club, 
Track. 



Mark G. Hovanasian 
Hovy 
Ambition: To go to 
college. 







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Mike Hovnanian 
Activities: Varsity 
Hockey, Varsity Track. 



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Mary Imielkowski 
Mary 
Ambition: To go on to 
college and study 
medicine. 

Activities: Participated 
in the flag corp, in the 
Methuen High School 
Marching Band. 



David Ippolito 
"Jerk" 
Ambition: To graduate 
from high school. 
Activities: Soccer. 




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Elaine Isabelle 
Ambition: To make it 
through School. 



George Jabour 

Ambition: To walk in 

my father footsteps. 

Activities: Having A 

Good Time. 




Maureen E. Jackson 

"Moe" 

Ambition: To become a 

Nurse and marry Matt. 

Activities: JV Softball, 

JV Basketball, Powder 

Puff Football, Spanish 

Club, "Hold Fast to 

Dreams, but don't let 

go of memories." 




Susan Jackson 
"Sue" 
Ambition: To someday 
have the poems and 
stories I write 
Published. 

Activities: French Club, 
Drama Club, 
Homeroom Rep., 
Powder Puff Football, 
Yearbook Staff and 
Senior Class Play; Poll 
Taker. 



Margaret Jacobs 

"Marge" 

Ambition: To be a 

research scientist. 

Activities: Science 

Club, Drama Club, Art 

Club, Spanish Club, 

Spanish Honor Society, 

Bicentennial 

Workshop, Senior Class 

Play, Chorus. 





Cynthia A. Joseph 

"Cindy" 

Ambition: I would like 

to become a beautician. 

Activities: Cadets. 




John Joyal 
Ambition: To graduate, 
be accepted to a college, 
and ski the Swiss Alps. 
Activities: Ski Team, 
Bowling. 



Robert Kamal 

"Bob" 

Ambition: Be a General 

in the Army. 

Activities: Captain — 

Wrestling Team. 




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Kimberley Anne Phyllis 

Kattar 

"Kim" 
Ambition: To be an 
undertaker, and never 
be a dead head. 
Activities: Drama Club, 
Italian Club. 



Cheryl Kendall 
Ambition: To travel 
and see the world. 




Richard Kenney 

"Rich" 

Ambition: To go to 

college in Florida with 

Tony O. 

Activities: Varsity 

Football, Varsity Golf. 




Susan W. Kerr 
"Sue" 
Ambition: To pursue a 
career in politics. 
Activities: Student 
Senate — secretary, 
treasurer, House of 
Reps., Band, National 
Jr. Honor Society, 
Drama Club, Senior 
Class Play, Spanish 
Club. 



Marie A. Koralishn 

Ambition: To have fun 

and to be successful in 

everything I do. 

Activities: Spanish 

Club, Girls Gymnastic 

Team — Manager. 




Mary Korizis 
Ambition: Medical 
Secretary. 

Activities: Winter and 
Spring Track, 
Yearbook, Senior Class 
Play — back stage. 



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Thalia Marie Kostandin 

"Delila" 
Ambition: Attend a 
college or university, be 
happy and proceed to 
law school. 
Activities: Ski Team, 
Senior Class Play, 
Homeroom Rep., 
Spanish Club, Tutoring 
children of Hispanic 
origin. 



David Kostyla 
"Dave" 
Activities: Winter 
Track, Spring Track. 




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Michael Kowal 
Mike 
Ambition: To ski the 
Swiss Alps. 
Activities: 

Cross-Country, Winter 
Track, Spring Track. 



Jeffrey Kuehn 
"Harvey" 
Activities: Cross 
Country, Winter Track, 
Spring Track. 




Mark Labrecque 

Ambition: To become a 

psychologist. 

Activities: French Club, 

Drama Club, 800 Club, 

Computer Club, 

Church Choir, "The 

Ranger Spirit" 

newspaper — Assistant 

Editor, Senior Class 

Play, 1977 Boy's State 

Honor Society. 





Lisa LaCroix 
curly 
Ambition: To be a 
riding instructor. 
Activities: Getting out 
of school at 11:30. 



Richard Lacroix 

"Stitch" 

Ambition: To enter law 

and politics. 

Activities: French Club, 

Drama Club, 800 Club, 

Honor Society, 

Newspaper — 

editor-in-chief, Mass. 

Boys State. 





Sandra L. Lafrenier 
"Sandy" 
Ambition: To become a 
Physical Therapist and 
to be happy. 
Activities: French Club, 
Academic Internship. 




Carol Lambert 
Bert 
Ambition: To always be 
happy. 

Activities: Spanish 
Club, Art Club. 



Kevin Lane 

Ambition: A career in 

Law Enforcement. 

Activities: Winter and 

Spring Track. 




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Karen M. LaPlante 
Ambition: To be happy 
and never let anything 
bring me down. Plan to 
travel. 
Activities: Work Study. 



Sheila M. Larson 

Ambition: To become a 

Special Ed. teacher. 

Activities: Tennis, 

Spanish Club, 

Intramurals, 

Homeroom Rep., 

Powder Puff. 




Bonita LaTorre 

"Banana" 

Ambition: To become 

somebody to someone. 

Activities: Spanish 

Club, Deca Club, 

Homeroom 

Representative. 




Mary C. Latulippe 
Ambition: Medical 
Secretary. 

Activities: Pep Club, 
Spanish Club, Spanish 
Honor Society. 



Mary E. Lavallee 

Ambition: To become 

successful in my 

business career but 

mostly to be always 

happy. 

Activities: Spanish 

Club, Powder Puff 

Football, School Play. 




Mary Jo LaVigne 
"Barbie" 
Ambition: To have a 
good career in the 
Medical field. 
Activities: Play the 
organ, swim, music, 
beach, Dancing. 




Diane Lavoie 



Patricia A. Lavoie 

Ambition: To live a 

good life. 

Activities: Cheerleader, 

Captain Computer 

Club, Senior Class Play. 




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Michelle P. Lavoie 
Ambition: To be 
successful in my 
endeavors. 
Activities: Marching 
Band, Concert Band, 
Fundraising 
Coordinator, Senior 
Class Play, Powder Puff 
Football. 



Debra J. Lawrence 

Debbie 

Ambition: Graphic 

Designer. 

Activities: French Club 

President (77-78), 

Honor Society, Powder 

Puff Football, Drama 

Club, Bicentennial 

Club. 




Brenda J. Lee 
Ambition: To never 
stop smiling. 
Activities: Class officer 

— secretary, French 
Club, Drama Club — 
president, Majorettes 

— alternate captain, 
Sally — Senior Class 

play, Concert Band, 

Dance Club, 

Homeroom 

Representative, Cadet 

Queen Attendant. 





Wendy A. Leger 
Ambition: To become a 
medical assistant and to 
be happy with my life 
and to make other 
people happy in the 
process. 
Activities: 
Cheerleading, 
Homeroom 
representative, 
Academic Internship, 
French Club. 



Lynn R. Lescarbeau 

Bigly, Pumpkin 

Ambition: Housewife, 

something to do with 

music. 

Activities: Like to take 

up guitar, crochet, sew, 

cook, skiing, dancing, 

art. 




Dana S. Linton 
Ambition: To go to 
college and to travel. 




Judith A. L'ltalien 

Judy 

Ambition: To become a 

dental hygienist and to 

be happy. 

Activities: French Club, 
Bicentennial 
Workshop, Prep Club, 
Library assistant. 



Diana Lucier 
Lu 
Ambition: To be rich 
and happy. 




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Linda J. Lupo 
Ambition: To go into 
the field of Psychology. 
Activities: Track, 
Gymnastics, Italian 
Club, Drama Club, 
Powder Puff Football. 



Michael Mac Donald 

"Mike" 
Ambition: To get into 
carpentry and be 
successful. 




Linda Magri 

"Lin" 

Ambition: To be 

successful in 

Hairdressing. And to 

stay small. 

Activities: Cheerleader, 

Homeroom 

representative. 




Kimberley A. Manera 

"Kim" 

Ambition: To make the 

people around me 

happy and be 

successful in whatever I 

do. 

Activities: French Club. 




Steven A. Magri 
"Mags" 
Ambition: To succeed 
in life and be healthy. 
Activities: Football, 
Offensive Guard, 
Defensive End, Work 
Study. 





Dorothy A. Mann 
"Dot" 
Ambition: To marry 
Victor and to become a 
Commercial Artist. 
Activities: Drama Club, 
Art Club, Senior Class 
Play. 






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Cheryl A. Manning 
"Agent 14" 
Ambition: To become a 
lawyer and spring all 
my friends. 
Activities: National 
Honor Society, Winter 
Track, Spanish Club, 
Spanish Honor Society, 
Field Hockey, Spring 
Track, Co-Captain 
Powder Puff Football, 
Yearbook Staff. 



Buddy Mansor 
"Mans" 
Ambition: Live a 
successful life. 
Activities: Hockey. 




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Diane Marsland 
Activities: Italian Club, 
3 Years. 



Sharon King-Martin 
Ambition: To be a 
Hairdresser. 




Martin W. Mason 

"Marty" 

Ambition: To be rich. 

Activities: Class Play, 

Capt. of Gymnastics 

Team. 





Jamie May 
Ambition: Pursue a 
career in Science. 
Activities: Varsity 
Cheering, Honor 
Society, Spanish Club, 
Tennis Team, Student 
Congress, Dance Club. 



Nancy Maynard 
"Nancy" 
Ambition: Dance 
Instructor. 





John A. Mazo 
Ambition: To race cars. 
Activities: Boating, 
Skin Diving, Flying, 
Drag Racing, 
Rebuilding Cars and 
Photography. 




Brian McCafferty 
Ambition: Become a 
real estate broker. 



Mary Lou C. McCarthy 

"Pooh" 
Ambition: Nursing and 
to marry a rich doctor. 
Activities: D.W.F.C. 




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Christine M. McCarthy 

"Chris" 
Ambition: To become 
an Executive Secretary. 
Activities: 

Co-operative Business 
work study. 



Russell McComish 




Brian J. McDermott 

"Brian" 

Ambition: To make 

money or other 

likewise valuables. 

Activities: 

Cross-country, Winter 

Track, Spring Track, 

Basketball. 




Robert Micheal 

McEneaney 

"Mac" 

Ambition: To always be 

successful and happy in 

life. 

Activities: Football, 
Basketball, Track, 
Wrestling. 



Mark Paul McGreevy 

"Spark" 

Ambition: To go to 

college and major in 

Business 

Administration. 

Activities: Soccer, 

Intramurals, Class Play. 




Jean McKee 
Ambition: To be free, 
and leave Methuen to 
travel around. 
Activities: None. 




Gary McKenzie 
Ambition: To stay the 
way I sam. 



Kelly McShan 
Ambition: To travel. 




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Susan Medici 
Sue 
Ambition: To be a 
Paralegal. 
Activities: Tennis, 
Swimming. 



Donna Mellor 
Ambition: To become a 
nurse and live a happy 

Activities: Class 

President, Cheerleader; 

Capt., Yearbook Staff, 

National Honor 

Society, Spanish Honor 

Society, Spanish Club, 

Powder Puff Football, 

Football Queen 

Attendant, Student 

Council, Ring 

Committee, Homeroom 

Representative. 




Marc Michaud 
Ambition: Systems 

Analist 

Activities: Driving 

Sport cars and Racing 

Boats and Auto 

Crossing. 





Thomas M. Milone 
Tom 
Ambition: To enter into 
the field of 
entertainment. 
Activities: Drama Club. 



Kathy Mooney 





Robert Monfet 




Dennis Moran 



Pamela J. Morgan 
Pam 
Ambition: To be a 
successful Hairdresser. 




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Judith Morin 
"Judy" 
Ambition: To be a 
Physical Therapist. 



Nancy Morrison 
Ambition: To go places 

to enjoy myself and 

always try and make 

the most of what I have. 




Scott Morrison 




Andrea Morse 
"Andi" 
Ambition: To finish 
school and work at a 
day care center. 
Activities: Pep Club, 
Senior Play (back 
stage), a true M.H.S. 
Sports Fan. 



Cynthia Moschetto 
"Cindy" 
Ambition: To be happy 
and successful in life. 




Frank M. Moscuzza 
"Mouse" 
Ambition: To graduate 
from High School. 



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Dorothea Mosson 
Ambition: To be a 
model or a truck driver. 
I hope to live a long and 
happy life in whatever I 
choose to do. 



Charles E. Mullins 
"Charlie" 




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Paul V. Mullins 

"Mulls" 

Ambition: Athlete. 

Activities: Football, 

Captain Winter Track, 

Spring Track. 



Diane M. Napolitano 

Ambition: To always be 

happy whereever I am 

and never forget my 

friends. 

Activities: Dance Club, 

Powder Puff Football. 




Richard M. Neel 
"Dick" 
Ambition: To be a 
successful happy 
person and have a 
family. 

Activitites: Drama 
Club, Spanish Club, 
House of Reps. 
Football, Winter and 
Spring Track, Senior 
Class Play. 





Sally Nicolosi 

Ambition: To be happy 

and to see the world. 

Activities: Keeping in 

touch . . . 



William Nightingale 
"Scott" 
Ambition: To be 
Happy. 

Activities: Soccer, 
Gymnastics. 





John V. Noble 
"John" 
Ambition: To become a 
singer-guitarist 
someday. 

Activities: Play a guitar 
and practice Karate. 




Lucy Novello 

Ambition: To work 

with animals. 

Activities: Work study 

Co-op. 



Lisa A. O'Clare 
Ambition: To be happy 
in life and to help 
people less fortunate 
than myself. 
Activities: J.V. Field 
Hockey, J.V. 
Basketball, Varsity 
Winter and Spring 
Track, French Club, 
Pep Club (Vice 
President), School 
Newspaper. 




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Jay Ohanian 
"Gip" 
Ambition: Business 
Management. 
Activities: Football, 
Golf, Class Play. 



Sandra O'Neil 

"Sandy" 
Ambition: "To be 
successful in what I 
want." 




Paul William O'Donnell 




Teresa M. Olefirowicz 

"Terry" 
Ambition: To feel the 
wind at my face and the 
sun at my back and get 
paid for it! I plan to 
pursue a career in 
Environmental Science. 
Activities: Yearbook 
Staff, Homeroom 
Representative, 
Powderpuff Football, 
Senior Class Play. 



Annmarie Ouellette 

"Ann" 

Ambition: To become 

an accountant. To be 

happy in whatever I 

choose to do. 

Activities: Worked at 

the bloodmobile. 





Linda Ouellette 
"Munchk" 
Ambition: To be rich 
and high. 




Debra Paolino 
"Debbie" 
Ambition: To become a 
physical therapist. 
Activities: Tennis 
Team, 1977 MVC 
Co-Champs, National 
Honor Society, Spanish 
Honor Society, Student 
Senate, Senior Class 
Play, Ring Committee, 
Field Hockey, 
Basketball and Softball, 
Powder Puff Football 
8-6 "Seniors." 



Carole D. Palumbo 

"Yogurt" 

Ambition: To be 

successful and happy in 

life. 

Activities: Marching 

Band, Concert Band, 

Jazz Band. 




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Nancy Pandelena 
Ambition: Being a 
Stewardess and 
Traveling. 

Activities: Workstudy, 
Italian Club. 



Salvatore Peter Panto 

"Egg" 
Ambition: To be 

successful in life. 

Activities: Football, 

Winter Track, Spring 

Track — Capt. 




Tom Papalardo 
"Pup" 

Ambition: Ski 

Instructor. 

Activities: Ski Team 

Capt. 




Linda J. Paquin 
Ambition: To go to 
California and be 
happy. 
Activities: Work Study. 



Nancy Parent 
Ambition: To be a lead 
Guitarist. 





Janet L. Paris 

"Jan" 

Ambition: To become a 

teacher of the deaf and 

always be happy. 




Robert W. Parker 
"Trestamp" 
Ambition: To be a 
mechanic. 
Activities: Football, 
Class Play. 



Darren Parrillo 
Ambition: To live a 
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Alfred J. Patti 
Alley Cat 
Ambition: To become a 
Police Officer. 



Michael F. Patti 




Louise Pedenault 
Ambition: To be an 
executive secretary, and 
live a happy life. 





Janice M. Pelletier 
Jan 
Ambition: To be happy 
and successful in 
whatever I do. 
Activities: Flag Corps, 
Marching and Concert 
Band, French Club, 
D.W.F.C. 



Deborah Ann Penny 

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Ambition: To stay 

friends with Sue 

Forever. 

Activities: Marching 

Band, Concert Band. 





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Sue 
Ambition: Work in the 
Airlines, to travel to 
different countries or 
Psychologist. 




Audrey Pike 
Ambition: To be a 
hairdresser get married 
and live a happy life. 
Activities: Work Study. 



Mark Pincince 
Ambition: To have my 
own Business by 1980. 




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Anthony Piro 
"Tony-O" 
Ambition: To go to 
college in Florida with 
Rich. 

Activities: Varsity 
Football, Indoor Track, 
Senior Class Play. 



Ron Plouffe 
Ambition: To be Five 
Feet Tall. 




Donna M. Plourde 
Ambition: To get 
married and be happy. 
Activities: Work Study. 





Phyllis Polizzotti 
"Hess" 
Ambition: To be 
somebody not a 
nobody. 



Michael J. Press 
"Mike" 
Ambition: To be 

successful. 
Activities: Guitar, 

Track. 




Margaret Ragonese 
"Marg" 
Ambition: To be a 
veterinarian assistant 
and to be very 
successful in life in 
whatever I do. 
Activities: First 
attendant for Football 
Queen, Powder Puff 
Football, Italian Club. 




William Rainville 
Activities: Football. 



Susan L. Raitt 

"Sue" 

Ambition: To become a 

successful executive 

secretary, to live my life 

to its fullest and to 

someday ski out west. 

Activities: Co-captain 

Field Hockey, Winter 

and Spring Track, J.V. 

Basketball, Editor 

Yearbook Staff, Powder 

Puff Football, Senior. 

Class Play, Homeroom 

Representative. 




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Vanessa Rapazzo 
Ambition: To live a 
happy life. 
Activities: Workstudy. 



Darlene Rastello 




Donna M. Raymond 

Ambition: To keep 

smiling and find 

happiness in whatever I 

do. 

Activities: 

Cheerleading, French 

Club. 




John Regan 
Ambition: To be 
successful. 



Michael J. Reuter 

"Mike" 

Ambition: To become a 

Firefighter and to stay 

single. 

Activities: Drumming, 

Hunting. 





Brenda Ricci 
Ambition: I hope to be 
an interior decorator a 
hairdresser or model. I 
hope to be happy in 
whatever I decide to do. 
Activities: Spring 
Track, Gymnastics, 
Italian Club. 




Frank Riley 
"Riles" 
Ambition: To play 
baseball in college. 
Activities: Football, 
Captain — Track, 
Baseball. 



Mark R. Riopelle 

"Buddy" 

Ambition: To become 

involved with the 

environment and to be 

happy in life. 

Activities: Homeroom 

Rep., Honor Society — 

Secretary, French Club, 

Newspaper Staff. 




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Billy Rivera 
Ambition: To be high 
and happy. 
Activities: Workstudy. 



Teddi-Jean Roberts 

"TJ" 

Ambition: To be a 

flight Attendant and 

travel. 

Activities: Basketball 

Northstar. 




Cynthia Rogers 
Ambition: Counselor 
for kids. 





Rhonda M. Romeo 
Ambition: To be happy 
in whatever I do. 
Activities: Drama Club, 
Italian Club. 



Richard A. Rumore 
"Rick" 
Activities: Football and 
Track, Italian Club. 





Richard Rushton 
"Rick" 
Ambition: To be 
successful in life, go to 
college. 

Activities: President 
Photography Club, 
Senior Class Play 
(Lighting Director). 




Jim Russo 
"Ruo" 
Ambition: To get out of 
high school quick! 



Paul J. Sabbagh 

"Arab" 

Ambition: To make it 

big in this world today. 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 

Club, Hockey. 




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Lynn Sadzewicz 
Ambition: To prove a 
girls rock band could 
make it, and hope my 
drum heads don't break 
anymore. 
Activities: Work Study. 



David A. Saffie 

Saff 

Ambition: Mr. 

America. 

Activities: Pumping 

The Iron. 




Jeffrey Saffie 

Saf 

Ambition: To get 

through Bootcamp alive 

(Navy). 

Activities: Track, 

Cross-Country, 

Football, Spanish Club. 





Hiba Saghbini 
Ambition: To live my 
life for the Lord Jesus 
Christ. 

Activities: Junior 
Honor Society, 
National Honor 
Society, Newspaper 
Staff. 



Michael Salafia 
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Linda J. Salvo 
Ambition: To learn as 
many things I can while 
I'm young, So that 
when I'm older I can 
look back at all the 
things I've done, then 
decide which I want to 
do for the rest of my 
life. To appreciate life 
while I'm living! Keep 
Smiling! 

Activities: Work Study, 
Ski-Mobiling, Murals. 




Charles P. Samra 
Ambition: To take over 
my father business. 
Activities: Football, 
Workstudy. 



Marjorie Sanford 
Margie 
Ambition: To play bass 
in a rock band. 




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Judith A. Sanguedolce 

"Judi" 
Ambition: To become a 
pre-school teacher and 
part time dance teacher 
(Let me be; let me be 
free). 

Activities: Cheerleader, 
Track, French Club, 
Powderpuff Football, 
Homeroom 
Representative, Flags, 
Chorus. 



Nick Santacroce 
"Lizzard" 
Ambition: To get out of 
School. 




Diana C. Saulen 

"Nana" 

Ambition: To be 

successful in a field 

working with special 

needs children. 

Activities: Marching 

Band — rifle squad, 

Concert Band, Powder 

Puff Football, Secretary 

of French Club, 

Treasurer of Art Club, 

D.W.F.C. 





Barbara Savastano 
"RA," "BAMS" 
Ambition: To continue 
my education and 
major in sociology. 
Activities: Pep Club, 
Spanish Club, Senior 
Play (backstage) and a 
true M.H.S. sports fan. 



Michael F. Scammon 

"Scams" 

Ambition: To go to 

college and be a very 

successful person, I also 

want to continue my 

activities in the world 

of Athletics, I hope all 

my friends will be 

successful to. 





Kurt Schindler 
Ambition: To get a 
good job. 
Activities: Partying. 




Diane Schruender 
"Di" 
Ambition: To major in 
education and 
hopefully get a job and 
to marry John. 
Activities: Student 
Council, National Jr. 
Honor Society, Spanish 
Club, Academic 
Internship, Powder 
Puff Football. 



Roy W. Schwarzenberg 

Ambition: To be a 

Fireman. 

Activities: Band, 

Stagehand, Marching 

Band, D.W.F.C, Senior 

Class Play. 




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Paula Sciacca 
Ambition: To live my 
life for the Lord Jesus 
Christ. 

Activities: Latin Club, 
Jr. Honor Society, 
French Club. 



Robert Sheehan 




Lisa A. Shick 
Ambition: To be an 
Airline Stewardess. 
Activities: Girls Track, 
Spanish Club. 




Cheryl A. Simoes 
"Munchkins" 
Ambition: To go to 
college and marry Rick. 
Activities: 
Cheerleading, Jr. 
Boosters, Drama Club, 
Cadet Queen. 



Mark R. Siney 
"Mayple" 
Ambition: To succeed 
in forestry. 





Kory Sirmaian 
"Armenian" 
Ambition: To own my 
own country. 
Activities: Football, 
Baseball, Hockey, 
Soccer, Golf, 
Homeroom Rep. 




James E. Slack 
"Slick, Jim" 
Ambition: Graduate 
from northern Essex. 
Get a good job and get 
married to Cheryl. 
Activities: Winter 
Track. 



Frank W. Slater 

"Cisco" 

Ambition: To go to 

College and become 

successful in whatever I 

choose to do in life. 

Activities: Varsity 

Baseball, Varsity 

Hockey. 




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Henry W. Smith 
"Hank, Smitty, Waldo, 

Etc. 
Ambition: To be an 
Engineer. 
Activities: Cross 
Country, Winter Track, 
Spring Track, German 
Club. 



Robert Sousa 

"Animal" 

Ambition: To someday 

go through a living 

room with my car. 

Activities: Cross 

Country, Track, 

Baseball, Student 

Congress, Spanish 

Club. 




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Sheryl L. Spence 

"Sher" 

Ambition: To enjoy life 

to its fullest and 

become a successful 

executive secretary. 

Activities: Varsity 

Football and Basketball 

Cheerleader, Yearbook 

Staff, Powder Puff 

Football, Usherette 

Senior Class Play. 





Gina A. Spinelli 
"Jigger" 
Ambition: To someday 
make-it. 

Activities: D.E.C.A. 
Club. 



Judith St. Laurent 
"Judy" 
Ambition: To be happy 
always. 





Pam St. Louis 
"Missouri, Louie" 
Ambition: To be a 
Juvenile Officer. 
Activities: Yearbook 
Staff, Flag Corps, Cadet 
Queen Attendant, 
Powder Puff Football, 
French Club, Senior 
Class Play. 




Beverly Stoebel 
"Bev" 
Ambition: To be happy 
in life. 



Paul G. Strozza 
Ambition: To be rich. 
Activities: Football. 




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Joe Stumpo 
"Crazy Joe" 
Ambition: Make 
Money, a lot of it. 
Activities: Motorcycles. 



Kathleen M. Sullivan 

"Sully" 

Ambition: To become a 

physical therapist. 

Activities: Concert 

Band, Marching Band, 

Honor Society 

(Historian) Powder Puff 

Football, Spanish Club 

(Secretary), 

Bicentennial Club, 800 

Club, Jr. Honor Society. 




Faith S. Sunderland 

Ambition: To work in 

the field of Physical 

Therapy. 

Activities: Pres. of Pep 

Club, Vice-Pres. of 

Spanish Club, Spanish 

Honor Society. 




Patricia M. Tahan 
"Pat" 
Ambition: To be a 
happy, successful 
Medical Doctor. 
Activities: Student 
Congress — President, 
Student Advisory 
Council to School 
Committee, Drama 
Club, French Club, 
Powder Puff Football, 
Bicentennial 
Workshop, Honor 
Society, Senior Class 
Play, 800 Club, 
Intramurals, Afternoon 
Chorus. 



Robin Taguay 

Ambition: To be a 

nurse. 

Activities: Art Club, 

Science Club. 





Douglas Tasheraeau 




Roger Thibodeau 



Christina L. Titone 

Tina 

Ambition: To be happy 

in whatever I decide to 

do. 

Activities: Distributive 

Ed. — President. 



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Mrs. Pauline A. Titone 

"Pot" 
Ambition: Making 
babies and be a famous 
singer. 

Activities: Figure 
Skating. 



Karen Townsend 

"K.T.," "Sidekick" 

Ambition: To be a 

Speech Therapist. 

Activities: Yearbook 

Staff, Spanish Club, 

Chorus, Flag Corp, 

Powder Puff Football. 




Jane Tuminowski 

Ambition: To be happy 

and live life to trie 

fullest. 

Activities: Usherette for 

Senior Class Play. 





Joseph C. Turco 
"Turk" 
Ambition: Attending 
College and decide 
from there. 



David Vachon 




Lynn M. Vaiknoras 
Ambition: To be free to 
be. 

Activities: Band, 
Marching Band, 
Spanish Honor Society, 
Spanish Club, Softball, 
Senate, Powder Puff 
Football, Senior Class 
Play, D.W.F.C. 




James Ventre 
"The Juice" 
Ambition: To stay 
young and have a good 
life. 

Activities: Football — 
Co-Captain, Winter 
and Spring Track — 
Co-Captain, Senior 
Class Play, 

Representative, French 
Club, Powder Puff 
Cheerleader, Yearbook 
Staff. 



Sharon Vieweg 

"Wigs" 

Ambition: To have 

money, happiness and 

to keep on partying. 

Activities: Workstudy. 




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Scott Wales 
Ambition: To work for 
an airlines. 
Activities: Chorus 
President, Spanish 
Club, Manager of the 
Gymnastics Team, 
Media Center Worker, 
Youth Group. 



Jim Wallace 

"Fidel" 

Ambition: To become a 

dictator. 

Activities: Partying, 

shooting pool. 




William Paul Wallace 

"Bill" 

Ambition: To be 

successful in whatever I 

do. 

Activities: Sports, 

Music, Partying. 




Gregory Ward 
"Greg" 
Ambition: To Succeed. 
Activities: D.E.C.A. 
Club. 



Michael F. Ward 

Ambition: To be happy 

and successful in 

whatever I do. 

Activities: Soccer, 

Winter and Spring 

Track. 





Sandra Jean Waring 
"Kiss" 
Ambition: Always be 
happy, Travel to all 
parts of the countries, 
live my life to its fullest. 
Activities: Workstudy. 




Wendy M. Watts 
Ambition: Assistant 
Veterinerian. 
Activities: Spanish 
Club. 



James Weir 

"Weirdo" 

Ambition: To graduate. 

Activities: Baseball, girl 

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Michael Welch 
"Mikey" 
Ambition: To go across 
the country — to be 
successful. 
Activities: Skiing. 



Caroline E. Wermers 

"Carrie" 

Ambition: To have a 

happy and successful 

life. 

Activities: Distributive 

Ed. 




Marsha Wermers 

Ambition: To go to 

College. 

Activities: Field 

Hockey, Winter Track, 

Spring Track, Powder 

Puff Football, Cadet 

Corps. 




Everett Whipple 
"Whip" 
Ambition: Drive cross 
country — to be 
successful. 
Activities: Skiing. 



Linda Whipple 




Sandra R. White 
"Sandi" 
Ambition: To be happy 
in whatever I do. 
Activities: Ski Team. 




Michael Wormald 
"Mick" 
Ambition: To always be 
happy with Gina. 



Debra K. Wrobel 

"Deb" 

Ambition: To be a 

famous artist and be 

outrageously happy all 

my life. 

Activities: 

Photographer school 

newspaper, Homeroom 

Representative, French 

Club, Powder Puff 

Football, D.W.F.C. 




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Michael Wrobel 
"Mike," "Robes" 
Ambition: I want to 
own my own Business. 
Activities: I like sports, 
Football, Hockey, 
Basketball. 



Richard Young 

"Rick" 

Ambition: To make 

money and marry 

Cheryl. 

Activities: Football, 

Basketball, Baseball. 




Lisa M. Zappala 

Ambition: Pursue a 

career in Law. 

Activities: Drama Club 

— Treasurer, Spanish 

Club, Senior Class Play. 




Nancy K. Zytkewicz 
"Kelly" 
Ambition: To be happy 
to fine out what life is 
for and to marry Andy. 
Activities: Workstudy. 



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In Memory of . . . 




AFTERGLOW 

I'd like the memory of me 
To be a happy one. 
I'd like to leave an afterglow 
Of smiles when day is done. 

I'd like to leave an echo 
Whispering softly down the ways, 
Of happy times, and laughing times 
And bright and sunny days. 

I'd like the tears of those who grieve 
To dry before the sun 
Of happy memories I leave 
Behind — when day is done. 



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Senior members — Row 1 (left to 

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Comerford, Jim Ventre, Debra 

Wroble, Don DeSantis. 

Row 2: Karen Frechette, Joan 

Hatem, Terry Oleferowicz, Gina 

Bonnano, Gina DeMonaco. 

Row 3: Wendy Ledger, Maureen 

Castles, Sue Jackson, Irene Bag- 

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Student Senate, Senior Members — Debbie Paolino, Cathy Griffin, Dave Cormier, Pat Tahan, Lynn Vaik- 
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Secretary, Michelle Ledger — Treasurer. 




Seniors: Row 1: Debbie Lawrence, Alison Fleming, Mark Labreque, Matt Gordon, Tracy Flemings, Hiba Saghbini, Wendy Garabedian, 
Kathy Sullivan, Pat Tahan, Mark Riopelle, Lisa Griskevich. 

Row 2: Lynne Hajjar, Debbie Paolino, Pat Augeri, Cheryl Manning, Carlene Graham, Donna Mellor, Beth Donovan, Joan Hatem, Mike 
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Wilcock — Advisor. Back: Carlene Graham, Donna Mellor, Cheryl Manning, Debbie Paolino, Jamie May, Lynne Hajjar, Alison Flemings, 
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"^QUE ES LA VIDA? UN FRENESI; 
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Lavallee, Alison Flemming, Lisa Zappalla. Back — Matthew Gordon, Lynne Hajjar, Cheryl Manning, Donna Mellor, Carol Lambert, 
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Seniors: Bob Girard, Diane Marsland, Rick 
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Officers: Maria 
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FRENCH CLUB 




Officers: Becky Laverrier, Debbie Lawrence, Evelyne Hil- 
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Senior Members: Debbie Lawrence 
Advisor: Miss Lostimolo 



LATIN CLUB 




Officers: Lisa Pilvelis, Dianne Moore, Linda Smith, Char- 
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Senior Members: Sheila Castrios, Barbara Savastano, Faith Sunderland, Nancy Compbell. 
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Richard Lacroix, Editor-in-chief. 



Editors: Joanna Cavallaro, Feature Editor; Richard Lacroix, Editor-in-chief; Tom Riopelli, Busi 
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Officers: Kasper Maksian - Vice President, Regina Danahy - Music Librarian, Paula Hadley - Treasurer, Mary Ann Frechette 
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Methuen High School Chorus 




Methuen High School Drama Club 




Seniors Members: Front — Debra Fraas, Jim Driscoll, Bill Gould, Sue Jackson, Irene Bagdoian, John Follansbee, Dick Neel. Rear — Dot 
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RoTz-TaTa'Daigle, Audrey Pike, Nancy Maynard, Christine Dechane, Joe Buggea, Billy Rivera, Karen Booth, Mike Salafia, Dav« 
Burden, Pam Morgan, Sharon Arnold, Donna Davis, John Bourgeois, Ken Divoll, Sharon Vieweg, Judy Sanguedolce, Frank Corcorain 
Karen Corcey, Everet Whipple, John Pike, Sally Nicolosi. 







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Row 1 (left to right) Pat Belair, Rhonda Choquette, Susan Kerr, Diane Napolitano, Linda Brandin. 

R w - Wendy Watts, Dl ane Schruender, Wendy Ledger, Hl ba Saghbini, Debra Frass, Karen Frechette, Irene ^Bagdoian. 

Row 3 - Mr. Salmohnson - Advisor, Geralyn Hart, Debra Wroble, Mark Riopelle, Usa O'Clare, Debbre Paohno. 




Senior members: Row 1 (left to right) Debbie Earnshaw, Sheila Collins, Linda Buffo, Bonita Latorre, 

Karen Burokas, Carrie Weremers, Cheryl Cubelli. 

Row 2: Paul Sabbagh, Mike McDonald, Mary Ann Frechette, Greg Ward, Sam Panto, Paul Deveau. 

Row 3: Carol Hagopian, Billy Gould, Paula Groswald, Pam Morgan, Paula Hamel, Tina Titone, Dave 

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Officers: Paula Hamel — secretary, Tina Tition — President, 
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CADETS AND 
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Chris Colletta, Mr. Dan Tearno, Joel Finochiaro. 





Senior Cadets: John Mazo, Joel Finochiaro, Richard Rushton. 




Methuen High Cadet Corps. 




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Back row Steve Collopy, Steve D'orto, Mary Korizis, Terry Oleferowicz, Sue Jackson, Cathy Griffin, Jim Ventre, Donna Mellor, Don 

DeSantis, Gina DeMonaco, Liz Dipalermo, Colleen Conierford, Alison Fleming. 

Center Row: Irene Bagdoian, Cheryl Manning, Sheryl Spence, Beth Donovan, Lisa Griskevich, Rosine Hatem. 

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Special thanks to Sue and Terry 



A very special thank you to Alison 




Pam St. Louis and Karen Townsend 



The Snowball Fight of '78. 




A special thanks goes to those 
members of the staff who 
worked hard to put our year- 
book together. 





Spanning the School 



to bring you the constant variety of sport . 




the thrill of victory . . 



. and the agony of defeat . . . 




the human drama of athletic competition — This is Methuen's Wide World of 




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The team finished with a 
5-7-4 record, fourth in the 
league. Shawn Gaumond, 
Steve Collopy and Steve 
D'Orto were selected to the 
MVC Second All-Star 
Team. Chris Childs re- 
ceived honorable mention. 
Shawn Gaumond was also 
selected to the Lawrence 
Eagle Tribune All-Star 
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Row 1: (L to R) Steve Collopy, Steve D'Orto, Captains John Freeman, Mike Scammons and Shawn Gaumond, Scott Nightingale. 

Row 2: (L to R) Mike Ward, Jeff Roeger, Keith Ardizzone, Mark McGreevy, Kory Sirmaian, Jim Hegarty, Dave Ippolito, Dave Marceau, Jeff 

Deshaies, Kenny Wilman, Mark Grasso, Chris Childs. 

Row 3: (L to R) Gary Townsend, Walter White, Mark Dufton, John DiBeradinis, Steve Hailson, Joe Vandette, Gary Gagnon, Buddy Haney, 

Managers Roberta Leslie, Diane Moore and Michelle Leger, Coach Micheal Sorter. 




This season our record was 
6-3-5, good for third place in 
the league. The season was 
highlighted by trouncing 
Wilmington, the first place 
team, 3-0. Outstanding de- 
fensive players were Sue Raitt 
and Beth Childs, while Kathy 
Szostak was the most valu- 
able player. Other award 
winners were Rosine "Ace" 
Hatem, who won the Betty 
Barry Award, and Nancy 
McLeod, Coaches Award. 
Janice Wadsworth, and Kathy 
Szostak were selected to the 
MVC All-Star Team. 



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Row 1: (L to R) Nancy McLeod, Joan Hatem, Tri-Captains Gina DeMonaco, Rosine (Ace) Hatem, and Sue Raitt, Marsha Wermers Nancy 
Szostak. ' 

Row 2: Coach Mimi Stott, Roann Catteau, Linda Mistal, Kathy Szostak, Janice Wadsworth, Beth Childs, Nancy Rotchford, Sandy Ward. 




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The team finished 

with an 8-3 record. 

rhey were third in the 

Northern Area Meet 

and sixth in the State 

Division II meet. 

Captain Rick Cameron 

and Dave Kazanjian 

were selected to the 

MVC All-Star team 

and to the Lawrence 

Eagle Tribune Ail-Star 

Team. Kazanjian was 

also selected to the 

Boston Globe 

All-Scholastic Team. 

Cameron finished 59th 

in the National Junior 

Olympic Meet in 

Longview, 

Washington. 

Kazanjian finished 

second in the State 

Division II Finals, 

fourth in the All-State 

Meet, eleventh in the 

Mass-Conn. Interstate 

Meet, and eleventh in 

the National Junior 

Olympic Meet. 



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Row 1: (L to R) Rick Pepin, Mike Kowal, Captain Rick Cameron, Brian McDermott, Jeff Kuehn. Row 2: Coach Roger Fuller, Mike DeChane, 
Tom Beaulieu, Joe Murach, Dave Kazanjian, Mark Gilbert. 



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The girls finished with 
a 6-3 record in the 
Northwest 
Metropolitan Girls 
Cross Country 
League. They were 
second in the Bedford 
Invitational, third in 
the Northern Area 
Meet, and seventh in 
the State Division II 
Meet. Donna Kendall 
was selected to the 
NMGCCL Ail-Star 
Team, while Dawna 
Carbonneau and 
Sheilah Palumbo 
received honorable 
mention. 



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|\ndrea Chatis, Debbie Ippolito, Alice Pennisi, Sheilah Palumbo, Lori-Ann Charette. 



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The girls had a 10-2 record 
in the league and were co- 
champions with Billerica. 
They were 14-2 overall. In 
the State Tourney, the team 
lost to Waltham, who went 
on to the State Finals. Les- 
ley Austin, Kathy Bitler, 
Maureen Castles and Ann 
Leonard were Selected to 
the MVC Ail-Star Team. 
Ann Leonard also received 
honorable mention on the 
Boston Globe All-Scholastic 
team. 




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Row 1: (L to R) Coach Donald Smith, Lesley Austin, Captains Judy King and Maureen Castles, Lee Delaney, Kathy Bitler, Colleen 

O'Connell, J.V. Coach Mike Gueli. 

Row 2: Cathy Caraccio, Joanne Frasca, Kathy Brien, Ann Leonard, Donna Contorelli. 

Row 3: Susan DeFeo, Cathy Burke, Jackie Farelli, Cathyann Castles, Debbie Corelli, Patty Roberge, Cindy Donigan. 




THE 1977-78 SKI TEAM with senior members: Thalia Kostandin, Tom Papalardo, Bob Geradi, Brian Farley, and Ron McGrath. 



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Row 1: Andy Baker, Mike Ford, Jonathan Morin, Assistant Captains Jeff Bellorado and Mike Scammons, Steve Parolisi, Assistant Captain 
Jim Cassidy, Captain Mike Hovnanian, Buddy Haney, Ed Nutter, Scott Aubrey 

Row 2: Coach Bruce Parker, Greg Morin, Walter White, Steve Press, Jack Fleming, Shawn Morrissey, Scott Edwards, Dave Marceau, Joe 
Vandette, Paul Griskevich, Jim McNulty, Peter Lacroix, Goalie Coach Joe Robbilard, Assistant Coach Bill Cullen. 



The team finished with a 10-11-1 
record overall and its best MVC 
record ever, 9-8-1, the team's 
three highest scorers, Ed Nutter, 
Buddy Haney, and Mike Hovna- 
nian, combined to form the high- 
est scoring line in the league. Jon 
Morin, Mike Hovnanian, Buddy 
Haney and Ed Nutter were all 
named to the Lawrence Eagle 
Tribune All-Star Team. 




Some people are just so clumsy! 



The wrestling season began with 
four seniors and a very young 
team. Mark Davidson and Bob 
Kamal started off the season well 
by both placing third in the 
Westford Tournament and im- 
mediately taking leadership roles 
on the team. The team finished 
with a 1-12 record. Mark was cho- 
sen the team's outstanding wres- 
tler, while Bob was chosen most 
improved. 



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Row 1: Mark Davidson, Bob Kamal, Bill Gould 

Row 2: Coach Becker, Marty Bolduc, Robert Merrill, Richard Morgraaf, Randy Allen, Mark Ratte, Alan Lambert, John Palermo, Wayne 

Demers, Chris Croce, Steve Roberge, Roland Daigle, Marty Morall, Paul, Matt Davidson, John Whittaker, Mr. Najem 



This year the team was basically a young one, 
which lost close games at the beginning of the sea- 
son and then won them during the second half. The 
highlight of the season was the "David and 
Goliath" upset over Chelmsford. 




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Coach John Rimis, Kevin Bradley, Bill Arcidiacono, Wayne Holden, Greg Favreau, Mark Wante, Gary Gagnon, Jeff Getchel, Jim Nenihane, 
Mike Rickley, Jim Smith, Joe Murach, Bob McEaney 



Row 1: (L to R) Beth Childs, Nancy Rotchford, Captains Beth Donovan and Sandy DiFrancesco, Janice Wadsworth, Nancy McLeod, Linda 
Mistal. 



' Row 2: Patti Miller, Nancy Szostak, Sandy Lahey, Kathy Szostak, Judy King, Judy St. Hillaire 




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The girl's basketball team qualified for the state tournament for 
the second year in a row. In the first round the girls were de- 
feated by a strong Maiden team. It was an abrupt ending to a 
very successful year. The team finished in second place to 
Lawrence, with all starting players returning. The highlight of 
the season was two come-from-behind wins over Lawrence. 
Kathy Szostak and Judy King were the most valuable offensive 
players, Beth Childs was the outstanding defensive player, 
Nancy Rotchford won the coaches award and Nancy McLeod 
was the most valuable player. 



The girls had another great year 
as they took the league champi- 
onship for the second year in a 
row. They had a 7-2 record and 
were invited to the district 
championship. Chris Bergeron 
was invited to the state indi- 
vidual championship in all four 
events. Debbie Hersch was 
named the most improved 
gymnist. 




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Row 1: Cris Bergeron, Debbie Hersch, Sherri Hines, Brenda Contarino 

Row 2: Dina Savastano, Lisa Pappalardo, Cindy Donigan, Sue Grondine, Judy Sheehan, Robin Kasperwitz, Terry Sciuto, Donna Gilbert 

Row 3: Coach — Karen Bergeron, Debbie Booth, Geannie Gaumond, Lori Ann Charette, Ann Guilmette, Sue Teutonico, Holly Tanguay 




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The guys finished with a 6-3 
record. In the league meet 
Marty Mason won the vault and 
Tony Masucci placed third, also 
in the league meet Ron Hibbard 
was 5th on the still rings, Steve 
Hailson was 4th on the side 
horse, and Rick Appleyard was 
6th in the floor exercise. The 
highlight of the season was a 
team high score of 92 in the 
meet against Andover. 



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Row 1: (L to R) Joel Finnochiaro, Ron Hibbard, Captain Marty Mason, Paul Chenard. 

Row 2: Ron Masucci, Chris Sullivan, Rick Appleyard, Dave Spada, Steve Hailson, Chris McEvoy, Steve O'Connell, Mike Lorenzo, Bob 
Waitkevitch, Don Brandin, Rick Peglow, Tony Franciosa, John Timony, Earl Feugill, Tony Masucci, Jim Amore, Paul Giordano, Terry Neel, 
Greg Daigle, Dan Towler, Russ Dole 



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Row 1: Kathy Welch, Diane Stott 

Row 2: Yuri Choi, Jamie May, Dale DiMaggio, Sheryl Spence, Gail Mansur, Lisa Griskevich, Donna Hajjar 

Row 3: Carlene Graham, Donna Mellor 

Row 4: Sharon Roberge 



Row 1: Mike Ward, Kevin Lane, Charles Mullins, Paul MuUins, Sal DiSalvo, Sam Panto, Frank Riley, Rick Rumore, Jim Ventre, Mark 
Crasso, Rick Cameron, Mike Kowal, Brian McDermott, Dave Kostyla 

Row 2: Mike DeChane, Dave Kazanjian, John DiBenadinis, Steve Ventre, Mike Farelli, Jim Hermans, John Mastrangelo, Bill Drury, 
Gary Wells. 






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Row 1: Jackie Bently, Kathy Brien, Lesley Austin, Maureen Castles, Marsha Wermers, Maureen Halloran, Laura DiFrancesco, Gina 
DeMonaco, Donna Kendall, Nancy LaTulippe, Claire Michaud, Cindy Blondin, Kim Towler, Kathy Bradley. 

Row 2: Dawna Carbonneau, Kathy Korzeb, Charlene Norton, Peggi Lever, Karen Waks, Marybeth Manning, Kathy Kenney, Paula Hynes, 
Jeanne Donovan, Agnes Mullins. 




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The 1977-78 indoor 
track season was the 
most successful in the 
Methuen's history. The 
team won the Mer- 
rimack Valley Champi- 
onship by defeating 
Arch Rival Andover 
and capped the season 
off by winning the state 
class B championship at 
Reading. In the words 
of Coach Klimas: the 
state mile Relay final 
had to be my most ex- 
citing moment in track 
as we had to win the 
race in order to win the 
championship. Great 
performers such as: 
Frank Riley, Kevin 
Tarr, Rick Rumore, Tim 
Fram, Jim Ventre, Steve 
Ventre, Jeff Saffie, Rick 
Cameron, Dave Kaza- 
jian, and Chuck Hillard 
were instrumental to 
this championship 
team." The girls also 
had a terrific season 
finishing 7-1 for their 
best season ever. They 
were the unofficial 
MVC Champs. Out- 
standing performances 
were turned in by Mau- 
reen Castles who set 
school records in the 
long jump & hurdles. 
She also set a Harvard 
University fieldhouse 
record en route to be- 
coming the first local 
girl to jump 17'. Other 
outstanding performers 
were Donna Kendall, 
Sheilah Palumbo, Mau- 
reen Halloran, Marsha 
Wermers, Ace Hatem, 
Lesley Austin, and 
Monique Wheeler. 



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Row 1: Jay Zenevitch, Jay O'Hanian, Kory Sirmaian 

Row 2: Mark Salvo, Fred Corey, John Palermo, Charles Nasser, Dan Lyons, Jim Menihane, Coach 

Al DeStefano 




The golf team had a fair season, win- 
ning 6 and losing 8 with 1 tie. Since 
most of the team is returning next 
year, Dan Lyons, James Menihane, 
Mark Salvo, and Jay Zenivitch are po- 
tential stars of the future. 



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Row 1: Jim Cassidy, Joe Grelle, Co-Captains Mike Scammons and Frank Riley, Frank Slater, Brian Farley, Jeff Deshaies 

Row 2: Joe Bugglione, Gary Gagnon, Jonathan Morin, Jay Dzioba, Chris Wadechuck, Mark Wante, Ron McGrath, Steve Parolisi, Bob 

Griffin, Coach Bruce Parker 



The Ranger won the MVC Champi- 
onship with a 16-2 record, 20-3 overall. 
Frank Riley (pitcher, 10-0, 0.54 ERA), 
Mike Scammons (Catcher, league leader 
in RBI's), Jim Cassidy (Center Fielder, 
league's top hitter) & Frank Slater 
(shortstop) were chosen to the MVC 
All-Star first team, while Brian Farley 
(pitcher) and Joe Grelle (second base- 
man) were chosen to the second team. 
Riley and Cassidy were also chosen to 
the Eastern Massachusetts Coaches 
All-Star Team. 




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The 1978 Boy's 
Tennis Team com- 
piled a 5-9 record. 
With only one se- 
nior, Matt Gordon, 
and two freshmen 
playing, the pros- 
pects for future suc- 
cess are encourag- 
ing. 



Matthew Davidson, Paul Lever, Mike Moscuzza, Frank Muzzotta, Dave Donigan, Chris Perrault, Steve Hailson, Bob Cameron, Coach Don 
Smith, Tom Perrault, Matthew Gordon, John Carroll, Rick Leahy, Martin Cassidy, Greg Cannavo, Peter Giordano, Andy Gilmen, Brian 
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This years girls 
team had a very 
successful year 
finishing as 
Co-Champs of 
the MVC. They 
lost only one 
match. Andrea 
Chatis re- 

mained unde- 
feated for this 
year. Jean Be- 
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Row 1: Jean Begley, Pam DeFillipo 

Row 2: Cara Fascione, Karen Waks, Linda Filicamo, Andrea Chatis, Sheila Larson, Pam Halloran 

Row 3: Coach Sheryl Allen, Lisa Shaheen, Linda Mistal, Sandra Begley, Kathy Bitler, Lisa Bego, Colleen O'Connell 



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The record this year 
was 11-6, we 
finished 3rd in the 
MVC. We missed 
qualifying for the 
states by one game. 
This years captains 
were Judy King, 
Kathy Szostak. 
Most Valuable of- 
fensive was Janice 
Wadsworth, Most 
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Sandra Lahey, Kathy Szostak, Sandy DiFrancesco, Marie Riopelle, Rowanne Catteau, Nancy McLeod, Marie L'ltalien, Patty Miller, Nancy 
Rotchford, Nancy Szostak, Sandy Ward, Judy King, Janice Wadsworth, Coach Mimi Stott 





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Row 1: Faith Sunderland, Alison Flemings, Gina DeMonaco, Donna Kendall, Maureen Castles, Marsha Wermers, Rosine Hatem, Sue Raitt, 
Beth Donovan 

Row 2: Kim Towler, Kathy Bradley, Nancy LaTulippe, Annmarie Pattavina, Sharon Roberge, Lesley Austin, Maureen Halloran, Claire Michaud, 
Cathyann Castles, Paula Hynes, Debbie LeMay 




Row 1: Mike Hovnanian, Jeff Kuehn, Jim Ventre, Brian McDermott, Mike Kowal, Jeff Saffie, Sam Panto, Sal DiSalvo, Paul Mullins, Kevin Lane, Rick 
Rumore, Dick Neel 

Row 2: Mark Gilbert, Kevin DeChane, John DiBeradinis, Vinnie Ardizzone, Bob Sergie, Steve Ventre, Scott Tisbert, Rick Nimmo, Joe Murach, Kevin 
Tarr, Kevin Bradley, Bill Drury, Charlie Gagne, Tony Franciosa 




The Boy's outdoor Track Team met with great success winning the State Class B 
championship for the first time in the school's history and finishing second in the 
All-State Meet to Brockton. Mark Grasso and Kevin Tarr were selected to the All- 
State Track Team off their fine seasons. Kevin Tarr became Methuen's first New 
England Champ winning the 220 yd. dash at Bellows Falls, VT and Mark Grasso 
finished a fine third in the Triple Jump with a record breaking performance. Jim 
Ventre was our only Class B champion as he won the 330 hurdles after being injured 
most of the year. This past year capped off four great years of track with two state 
championships, with runner-ups in Class B, and one Merrimack Valley Champi- 
onship. All the seniors leave behind a great tradition of spirit, leadership and 
winning for all the future teams at Methuen. 

The Girls Varsity Track Team finished the 1978 Spring season with the finest dual 
meet record ever recorded by the girls: 6-2. 

The team, still mainly competing with underclass girls, succeeded in placing five 
girls in the Class B State Meet. 

Methuen girls did extremely well in the League meet with Cheryl Grasso setting a 
meet record of 5'1" in the high jump, Faith Kenyoh setting a league record in the 
discus, 110'9V2" and Monique Wheeler and Maureen Castles winning the shot put 
and long jump respectively. 

Donna Kendall was the only girl on the team to place in the All-State Meet 
finishing fifth in the 880 with a excellent time of 2:18.6. Donna qualified as an 
alternate to the New England girls meet. Almost every school record was broken 
this spring and the future looks excellent. 




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Will you become men and women of integrity? 

Are you honest, reliable, and trustworthy? 

Are you fair and kind and unselfish? 

Will you have the courage to do that which 

you know is right? 

The extent to which you, the members of the 

graduating class of Methuen High School, 

truthfully answer yes to the above questions 

is the only valid measure of the worth of your education. 

Best wishes to each and every one of you. 

PAUL J. ZDANOWICZ 
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL 



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CLASS WILL 



We, the senior class of 1978, being of sound mind and 
body, do hereby leave the following on this 31st day of 
Way, 1978 . . 

I, Carol, leave Cheryl my mother's Bermuda shorts. 

I, Maureen, leave Joan one big kiss on the cheek and one 
more good fight. 

1, Gina Bonanno, leave to the majorettes all the excitement 
1 felt each time I performed in front of the band. Always 
be proud to be part of the Methuen High School Marching 
Band. 

To the person who has everything, I, Mary Campbell, 
leave my home phone number: 688-1493. That's 688-1493. 
Out of town, call collect. 



I, Donna G. leave Chris Bergeron all the luck in gymnas- 
tics. 

I, Mike MacDonald, leave Mr. Constantineau a gallon of 
turtle wax. 

I, Donna Mellor, leave to Mr. Jennings a "C" to ruin his 
perfect record as he ruined mine. 

Steve Collopy leaves to Gary Gagnon and Steve Hailson a 
deflated soccer ball for better control. 

I, Tina Titone, leave Mr. Pilat my little brother, Vinny, to 
give him more gray hairs than he already has. 

I, Carol, leave to Bev all my combs for when she's con- 
fused. 



We, Karen, Pam, Karen, and Marie, leave to Mr. Francis 
all our old passed to the men's room. 

We, the seniors of 1978, leave to all the incoming fresh- 
men our mutilated lockers. 

I, Rhonda Eddy, do hereby leave to Ann Guilmette a 2 
day field trip to Quincy Market. 

I, Donna Mellor, leave to next year's senior class president 
lots of luck and patience to help cope with the pressures 
and frustrations of the job. 

I, Karen Hailson, leave to Roberta all the good looking 
guys in Mr. Sieg's Computer Science class. 

I, Jim Driscoll, leave to Jay O'Hanian blueprints for build- 
ing a bigger cellar and a book entitled "Armenian Danc- 
ing . . . Disco Style." 

To Mr. Moore, Judy and Carol leave a crucible and cover, 
and a test tube and beaker, all of which were destroyed by 
us 1st period last year. 

I, B.J., leave Ms. Allen one tough cookie who always wins 
6-0, 6-0. 

Duece leaves to Flo a whole new wardrobe, so she will 
stop wearing my clothes. 

I, Frank Cubelli, leave all my 46 tardy slips to Mr. Nick. 

I, Brian Daley, leave Mr. Mazzaglia one Tripoli pizza 
permanently preserved in formaldehyde. 

I, Kevin Lane, leave to Scott MacLaughlan my glorious 
title "King of the crude and perverted." 

The senior class of '78 leaves Mr. Lebowitz one pinball 
machine so he can tilt whenever he wants. 

I, Rick Rushton leave Mark Siney a nursery of tree sapl- 
ings. 



I, Faith Sunderland hereby leave to my favorite English 
teacher one ceiling size poster of his dream girl — Lola. 

We, Cheryl Bowden, Carol Lambert, and Ann Oulette 
leave Mrs. Steele the raccoon she mistakenly took for a 
kangaroo, 20 new roles of tape, and all our love. 

We, the seniors of Mr. Hiscock's A level class, leave him 
special thanks for what he did to us the last day of school. 

I, Pam, leave Mr. Henessey my omnipresence in 
homeroom. 

I, Mary Lavallee, hereby donate out of the goodness of my 
heart all my future rotten term papers to Mr. Herlihy. 

To Kelly Sullivan, Rhonda leaves a salad with Russian 
dressing. 

Kim leaves Andrea one big toe. 

Rhonda and Margaret leave Mr. Jennings one big kissy- 
kiss-kiss. 



I, Terry, leave to next year's baseball fans a seat in the 
bleachers for the purpose of staring at the first baseman. 

We, the 'scoopers' leave Lynn Reitano 'the scoop'. 

We, Dick Neel, Steve D'Orto, and Jim Ventre leave . . . 
Steve Collopy. 

We, John Joyal and Brian Daley leave to Wilderby one bus 
full of hostile students armed with MacDonalds cups full 
of ice cubes. 

I, Carlene, leave to Billy Gould one fire extinguisher for 
Jamie's toilet. Put it out yourself! 

We, the "informers" of Quincy Market leave all the S.I. A. 
agents one real good learning experience. 



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I, Rick Cameron, leave my worn out Nikes to Conehead 
Tim Haley because he collects shoes. 

We, Sue Jackson and Marie Bocst leave to Mr. Smith two 
quarters for his penny loafers, due to inflation. 

I, Denise, leave Judy and Sandy two turtlenecks to hide 
those unwanted marks. 

I, Roseanne Rosannadana, leave to Connie Conehead one 
wild and crazy stool to dance with. 

I, Tess, leave "C" one phrase: "I'd like to be a dentist." 

We, Jamie and Carlene, leave to Mr. Fradette one set of 
erasers, one box of chalk (to write with, not to throw at 
students), and one Steve Collopy. 

I, Maureen leave Matt one speckled B.V. 

We, the students of Mr. Russell's A level physics class 
leave him three books. "How to Read and Copy from a 
Book", "How to Give Tests on the Right Chapters", and 
"How to Prevent Students from Getting Away with Any- 
thing". 

I, Carlene, leave lots of luck to next year's varsity football 
and basketball cheerleaders co-captains Mary Jo Roberge 
and Gail Mansur. 

I, Debra, leave Auntie Lynne and Uncle Roy another 
adorable niece like me. 

I, Denise leave Maureen my Dracula Bunny. 

We, Debbie and Sandy, leave Mr. Salmohnson a pile of 
unsigned time cards. 

We, the C level senior Drama class, leave Ma Hovanasian 
lots of hugs and kisses for everything she's done for us. 

We, the students of Mr. Destefano's 1st period class leave 
Mr. D. another year of Bob Caveretta. 

We, the senior homeroom of sw-9 leave Mr. Sieg. 

I, Joan H. leave the varsity field hockey team two bags of 
jelly beans for every game. 

We, Mr. Ziminski's A level class leave him a 25 dollar gift 
certificate to Larry's Clambar. 

I, Gina DeMonaco, leave Janice Wadsworth a bottle of 
Pepto Bismol, a speeding ticket, and two tickets to a 
rained out Red Sox game. 

We, the D level seniors of DN4 leave Matt Gordon a Gross 
of Good News Razors, a keg of shaving cream, and a 
muzzle. 

Mr. Collopy, Mr. Piro, Mr. Slater, Mr. Deshaise, and 
Roddy McStonehead leave Mr. Mazzaglia one Pentana, 
one Pam Pentano Hoolihan, to drive him crazy. We also 
leave the Wilderbeast out alone in the desert for good. 



We, Joan, Carlene and Maureen, leave to Mr. Herlihy and 
Mr. Francis "the hook". 

We, Cathy and Lynne, leave Mr. Salmohnson one pair of 
hot pink socks and a pair of pants to match his vest and 
shirt. 

I, Melanie, leave to Scarlett one trip to Tara, because after 
all tomorrow is another day. 

We, Yo Mario, Yo Pasqual, Yo Greeco, Yo Guido and Yo 
Tony leave the Junior class one good deal on cement . . . 
60 pounds for 60 cents. 

I, Mary Korizis, leave Mr. Hughes a list of all my com- 
plaints. 

I, Brillo Brain, leave Mr. Herlihy one snow job for old 
times sake. 

I, Lynne Vaiknoras, leave to next year's senior class play 
one Mr. Nick joke, one wig, two dance lessons, and two 
costumes to whoever will wear them. 

Debbie and Lisa leave to Miss McGrath something she 
never had — a full homeroom. 

We, Jean and Sheila, leave to Ms. Allen enough tennis 
balls to get through practices till 1999. 

We, the derelicts of Mr. Whiting's F level class leave him 7 
empty chairs in which to put 7 more empty headed dere- 
licts. 

We, Mr. Herlihy's E level class leave him alone! 

I, Eric Ehramjian, leave Mr. Hiscock one case of "Spud" 
in returnable bottles, collectable on demand. 

I, Diana Saulen, leave Mr. Jones a new sweetheart to 
bring him chocolates on Valentine's Day. 

We, the seniors of Mrs. Carrier leave her an overhead 
projector that will turn parabolas. 

I, Connie Conehead, leave Roseann Rosanadana one 
"Sweet Baby" and one "Wild and Crazy Guy". 

We, Willards Angles, leave our Willard a reserved place in 
heaven. 

We, Mr. Francis' senior girls, leave him all his anti- 
feminist, male chauvanist jokes, because we're so sick of 
hearing them. 

I, who wish to remain anonymous, leave Mr. Salmohnson 
a book entitled "How to Teach Psychology and not be 
Boring". 

I, Diane Schruender, leave Mr. Parker a chance to sit 
down for five minutes before writing on the board. 

I, Kory Sirmaian, leave my trenchcoat to the next upcom- 
ing "flash" in the senior class play. 



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I, Lisa, leave to Susan one invisible motorcycle to use at 
her own discretion. 

1, Joan, leave Mr. Ziminski one apple for every fourth 
period. 

We, the Musketeers of C level, leave Miss Allen our jog- 
ging sneakers. 

Brian and Mike leave Iggit Sergi and Conehead Haley as 
next year's co-captains of the Methuen Cross Country Ar- 
cheology Club. 

We, Kory, Rich, Mark, and Roy leave Mr. Melniki four 
new "Funny Guys". 

I, Susan Hammer, leave Kenny Wilman a book entitled 
"How to Live Your Life Without the Hassle of Girls". 

I, Scarlett, leave Melanie . . . Ashley. I never wanted 
him, anyway. 

I, Maureen, leave Mr. Mollesso a sharp pointed object to 
be used to help make his jumpers jump farther and 
higher. 

We, Janice, Sue and Bill, leave MaDonalds of Methuen 
Three more worthy band members to mess up the sched- 
ule. 

I, Nancy Campbell, leave my sister Christina my 
nickname . . . Soup. 

I, Babs, leave to Mr. Francis my unpublished book of 
jokes. And don't worry, Mr. Francis, they'll probably stay 
unpublished. 

We, the senior class, leave Mrs. King a computer for fil- 
ling out scholarship applications. 

I, Allison, leave Mr. Hughes a bad case of writers cramp 
and a new manager. 

To Mr. Klimas, the varsity sprinting girls leave a lot of hot 
fudge to go with his "ice cream" workouts. 

I, Denise, leave to Scott DeMonaco my wild and crazy 
walk. 

I, Thalia Kostandin, leave Mr. Salmohnson a lifetime sub- 
scription to "Psychology Today". 

I, Byrd, leave Bams one coconut tree for her very own, so 
she'll stop wasting art paper drawing them. 

I, Jane, leave Tina many more Monday mornings for gos- 
sip. 

I, Annmarie Oulette, leave Miss Lange my A. B.C. gum to 
put in file #13. 

WE, Kathy, Karen, Robin, Sharon, Maria, and Debbie, 
leave Mrs. Swider 40 lashes with a wet noodle for every 
project that she ever assigned to us. 

We, Cheryl and Annmarie leave Miss Wagner our ceramic 
typewriter. 



I, Allison, leave Gina one union label. 

I, Irene Bagdoian, leave Mr. Jennings a gold plated sieve 
so that he can remember me when he strains his vegeta- 
bles. 

Beth leave to Jimmy a lifetime into which a little rain must 
fall. 

1, Mike Kowal, leave to Serg one pair of B.V.D.'s to waste 
on a Boeing 747. 

We, Karen Burokas and Bonita Latore, leave to Jackie 
all our excuses for getting out of trouble. 

We, the students of Mr. Jennings E level class, leave his 
next year's students the most important thing we learned 
during three years. "Women have many faults" "Men 
have only two" "Everything they say and everything they 
do." 

I, Paula Hadley, leave Mr. Francis a bouquet of dandel- 
ions for next year's prom. 

Ace leaves to Bubbles a class to go to 7th period. 

We, Mr. Salmohmnson's turkey class leave him this 
thought: Gobble, Gobble. 

We the Senior Class leave to Mr. Nickolson, one book on 
"Prison Reform". 

I Donna G. leave love and luck to my senior buddies. 

I Jamie Becotte leave to Kelly, one supper date with 
MaKail Lavochvich. 

We the Senior girls of the Band leave the juniors the fol- 
lowing: one pair of chooze, 50 excuses for Mr. Isadore on 
why you are late, assorted broken flags, one "Duckie's 
Angel's" shirt (size medium), Marie Riopelle and her 
"How-deeeeee!!", and last but certainly not least, several 
"oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, oh boy, — Wow's" 

We the Senior Class leave to Donna, Lisa, and Beth, one 
all-expense paid week-end at the Brownie Hotel for all the 
points they've saved up. 

We Kathy, Judy, Karen, Robin, and Sharon leave Maria 
Grasso one healthy 6 lb. 14 oz. Junior Whopper. 

I Wendy Watts leave to Linda Brandon all of my old 
Algebra notes for further use in college and wherever else 
she can use a 2 + b 2 = c 2 . 

I Paul Chenard donate my legs to any crippled frog. 

We Terry and Sue leave to Bruce Hiscock one razor to 
avoid the 7:23 shadow. 

I Sue leave to Kazoo one Linda and another experience 
with her in Room 1420. 

To Miss Contarino and Mrs. Kruselle the Senior Class 
Play leaves all their love. We also leave Miss Contarino 
Dickie, . . . but later, . . . much! 

The three seniors of the Varsity Basketball Team leave Mr. 



Rimas some Ranger Spirit, a Cigar, and an empty bottle of 
champagne. 

Lisa, Bill, and Bob leave Mr. Herligh a taped conversation 
between us and the rabbits at Topsfield Fair. 

Kory and Jay leave Mr. DeStafano one book on "Basic 
Golf" which he will need after we leave. 

Your electronic polltaker leaves "Flash" many thanks for 
not wearing just his birthday suit on the last night of the 
play. 

We the members of the D.W. Family leave Uncle Dave 
one big kiss for all his patience during our family reun- 
ions F-level. 

I Bill Gould leave my maniacal laugh to any junior who 
thinks he can handle it. 



The 1977-78 Yearbook Staff leaves Laura D. and Bobbi B. 
many thanks and lots of luck next year. 

I D. leave to K. one overturned sailboat, many concerts, 
and good times never to be forgotten. 

We the departing members of the Methuen Ranger Band 
leave Mr. Isadore 2 gallons of Geritol, a new clip board, 
and 300 freshman who are about as bright as a 3 watt 
bulb. 

In conclusion, we the seniors who appreciated the help 
and support of a super teacher and advisor . . . leave the 
juniors Mr. Whiting, who we know you will grow to love 
and appreciate as much as we did. 

Signed and attended to this 31st day of May, 1978. 

Gina DeMonaco 
Carlene Graham 



CLASS PROPHECY 



Good evening ladies and gentlemen. From the crowd 
here, I can see that a lot of our class of 78 has made it to 
our tenth reunion. I'm sure most of you are dying to find 
out what has happened to us over the years and we will 
try to tell you as much as we have found out about every- 
body. But first, I'd like to tell you of those who, unfortu- 
nately, couldn't make it tonight. 

First there is Bill Drury. Bill is studying aquatic life in 
Bermuda and sent us his regrets telling us he had some 
late tests he had to make on a beautiful specimen he 
found lying on the beach. 

Alison Flemings, head coach of the 1988 Olympic track 
team, has a meet in East Germany tomorrow and couldn't 
make it. 



to Mr. Klimas and Mr. Fuller which brings the total to 473 
coaches now. He was supposed to be here, but from what 
I've heard, he has gotten himself and boys lost running 
around the block. 

The new Arabian leader, Sheik Jimmy Abdul Ventre, 
will be here a little later on. He sent us a telegram telling 
us he will fly in from his palace in Arabia as soon as he 
takes care of his fifty-girl harem. 

Marty Mason is off to Hollywood as the aging John 
Wayne's protege. 

Keith Ardizzone and Patty Augeri will be here as soon 
as they find a baby-sitter with enough patience to take 
care of their 26 children. 



Terry Oleferowicz and Michele Lavoie are in Paris now 
designing what they call their line of "Conehead Origi- 
nals". 

Irene Bagdoian is in jail because of much more than a 
few slanderous remarks toward the famed political leader 
Richard Lacroix. 

Frank Riley is throwing smoke for the Cincinatti Reds 
tonight in a game at the Astrodome. 

Don Desantis, our most talkative boy of 78, is teaching 
classes at Harvard University on how to stop talking in 
ten short, easy lessons. One of his students phones us to 
say that their first class had been going on for 75 hours 
and they didn't think Professor Don would be through 
lecturing on time. After that it is said that he must visit 
Judy L'ltalian in the hospital. It seems that Judy, the pro- 
fessor's personal dental hygenist had a slight accident 
concerning her hands while trying to clean the professor's 
teeth. 

Ricky Cameron has since become assistant track coach 



Erin Cronin enjoyed being in the Senior Class Play of 
78 so much that she has changed her name to Mary 
Campbell, thinks she is a high school teacher, thinks she 
is the president of the United States, and insists that 
Sheik Jimmy Abdul Ventre is her son. Those who wish to 
contact Miss Cronin, alias Miss Campbell may call on her 
at her permanent residence at Danvers. 

They all leave their condolences for not being here and 
hope they can make it next time. 



We do have a couple of celebrities with us tonight. Jim 
Driscoll has recently become host of the Tonight Show 
after the late Johnny whatever-his-name-was passed 
away, and has graciously taken time out to see his 
classmates of ten years ago. And, Steve Collopy, the fam- 
ous impressionist from Vegas, has also given up some of 
his precious time to be with us. Steve is not married now, 
but has just had his twentieth divorce. 

Karen Hailson is now the owner of "The Gap" with 
Donna Raymond as her executive secretary. 



Many of our classmates have become teachers in these 
ten years. Geralyn Hart is a kindergarten teacher; Janet 
Paris is teaching the deaf in elementary school; Cheryl 
Bowden has been teaching art in the famous art schools of 
Europe; and Diane Schruender is a first grade teacher in 
Kentucky. 

Greg Favreau is the father of seven pygmy children. 

Marie Bocsi is an interior decorator and has been work- 
ing on Burt Reynolds' bedroom for three years. The hours 
can be rough, the room still looks the same, but Marie 
says the fringe benefits are well worth everything. 

Mark Labreque has become a world-renowned 
psychologist and has almost cured his own unique 
psychosis. 

Donna Mellor is married to a professional baseball 
player and is not too concerned about playing the field. 

Brian Daley is a staff sergeant in the United States 
Marine Corps. 

Judy Dallon is a professional ski bum and is keeping 
herself busy flirting with all the cute ski instructors. 

Actor/dancer Steve D'Orto has been credited with hav- 
ing just finishing a movie called Friday Night Chills. He 
and Dickie Neel, co-stars of the movie, are in process of 
traveling the world's discotecques trying to catch up on 
all the latest moves. Jane Tuminowski, our own world- 
traveling photographer, is following Dickie and Steve, 
helping them catch up on the moves. 

Margaret Jacobs has won the Nobel Prize of Medicine 
for discovering the cure to the common cold. 

As Mr. David Isadore lies quietly in his room at the 
condemned Woodland Nursing Home, Pam St. Louis and 
Karen Townsend have taken over the Methuen High 
School Band and are state champs. 

MaryAnne Frechette and Billy Gould own and operate 
their own dancing school. 

Famed attorney Cheryl A. Manning hasn't quite made 
it to her position along with F. Lee Bailey yet. However, 
she seems quite satisfied in filling the role as head coach 
of the boys' football and track teams at her old Almama- 
ter. 

Paul O'Donnell is a truant officer for the Methuen 
School System. 

Colleen Cumerford is the proprietress of the Deceased 
Methuen Rangers Funeral Home. Frank Ferrara is the 
smiling undertaker at the funeral home. 

Rosine "Ace" Hatem owns her own karate studio in 
California. On her days off from the karate studio, she 
works for Universal Studios as a stuntwoman. 

Mike Ward is living quite happily in his beach house in 
Long Beach California, working hard, but playing a lot 
harder. 



Mary Campbell and Karen Fitzpatrick are in business 
together as fashion merchandisers to Saks Fifth. 

Rhonda Eddy and Sheila Larson are both special ed. 
teachers and are currently trying to rehabilitate Bob 
Parker and Jay O'Hanian. 

Bob McEneaney has been working at the Anhauser 
Busch Brewery as a taste inspector forNthe past ten years. 
After a hard days work, he is driven home by his private 
chauffeur Frank Cochrane. 

John Joyal is a multi-millionaire in the Amway Corpo- 
ration. His Executive secretaries are Kathy Donahue, 
Josephine Golio, Marie Koralishn, and Janice Pellitier. 

Gina Bonanno as you may well remember as our sweet 
little old lady in the play is now dancing her way to fame 
and fortune. When asked for her secret of looking so 
young, she said she takes her Geritol every day. 

Paula Hadley is married to an oil Company President 
and is the first musical special needs teacher. She has her 
own combination music school and physical therapy 
center. 

Sue Hammer is an accountant and Debbie Lawrence is 
a graphic designer. 

Bill Arcidiacono has gotten into ladies hosery and says 
"If you've seen one pair, you've seen them all." 

The new hospital which has been opened last year in 
the valley, was dedicated to the boys of the valley, who 
are responsible for much of the hospital's business. We 
have many of our classmates working at the hospital. De- 
nise Beliveau and Sandy Lafrenier are the top physical 
therapists, Mary Imielkowski is chief X-ray technician, 
Mary Korizis is executive secretary, and Faith Sunderland 
and Maureen Jackson are head nurses. By the way, when 
Maureen isn't attending to the needs of her patients, she 
is home caring for husband Matt Gordon's needs. 

Sandy DiFrancesco and Tony Piro have become perma- 
nent residents of our famous McDonalds. They have 
learned to live with all the messes, the hassles, the fights, 
the spitballs, the stinkbombs, and the locked bathrooms. 

Before we leave, I have a few announcements to make. 
First, I would like to say that professional bookie, Jeff 
Getchell, better known as "Jimmy the Getch", would like 
to have a few of his closest friends over for a little get- 
together later on tonight. He contemplated using the 
Goodrich Blimp to announce this party, but quickly 
dropped the idea when he remembered police officers 
Tony Piro, Rich Kenney, and Bob Kamal. He was quoted 
as saying "after all, you remember what happened the 
last time the police were invited." His mother heartily 
agreed. 

And the last thing we would like to say is that all of you 
who skipped school and went to the beach on Friday, 
May 12 of 1978, are asked to remain here for a few mi- 
nutes. Mr. Nicholson has taken time out from his duties 
at Maine University to clear up this little matter which has 
been bothering him for the past ten years. 



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CLASS HISTORY 1978 



As our days at Methuen Junior came to and end, we looked forward to starting our sophomore year in the new 
high school. Although 1975 got off to a slow start, we quickly became familiar with our new surroundings. The 
largeness of the school separated many of us from our friends, yet the open concept allowed us to make new 
friends easily. Although we were constantly ridiculed by the upperclassmen, we felt proud that we were finally 
part of the high school scene. Once the thrill of the new high school passed, we finally got down to business and 
elected our class officers. 

Most of our sports teams fared well and with the help of our many young athletes, Rick Cameron, Jim Ventre, 
Greg Favoreau, Frank Riley, Mike Hovnanian, Rosine Hatem, Beth Donovan and Maureen Castles, looked 
promising for our future years. 

It seemed as though the new sound of the fire alarms intrigued many students who took every available 
opportunity to make sure they were in operating condition, even if it meant pulling them during final exams. 

With the ordering of class rings and the prospect of becoming upperclassmen, our sophomore year came to a 
close. 

At last we were juniors! Upperclassmen! This was proven by our high school rings, which were expertly 
flaunted towards the under classmen. At the sound of the first time tone we found ourselves bestowed with a 
new principal. It seems as though Mr. Timothy held a special place in his heart for our class and had followed us 
to the new building. 

Along with our new principal came the election of our class officers, who were: President — Donna Mellor, 
Vice-President — Lisa Griskevich, Secretary — Brenda Lee and Treasurer — Beth Donovan. 

Our sports teams continued to progress with a championship in Cross Country helped by our juniors, Rich 
Cameron and Mike Kowal, and a championship in tennis aided by junior, Jean Begley. Other sports such as 
hockey and volleyball qualified for states. 

During this year many of our cafeteria athletes displayed their talent in the art of food fighting. Little did we 
know that this practice was to be halted as extra troops from our Nation's Civil Defense were called in. Our 
Junior year was to be graced with the presence of two outstanding figures. One of which was Lord Methuen, 
and the other Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops. The realization of the end of our junior year came about with 
the ordering of our class pictures. In the anticipation of becoming seniors, it didn't seem possible that the year 
had passed and our ambitions were becoming a reality. 

In the fall of "77" W e returned to Methuen High as seniors. The year started quickly with the election of class 
officers who were once again: President — Donna Mellor, Vice-President — Lisa Griskevitch, Secretary — 
Brenda Lee, Treasurer — Beth Donovan. With the help of Sandy DiFrancesco, Rhonda Eddy, Carlene Graham, 
Debbie Wrobel and Gerri Hart, — our Superb Powder-Puff Football team was not to be beaten. This was 
because of the tremendous sideline support given by those outstanding cheerleaders, namely: Jim Ventre, Bob 
McEaney, Bill Gould and Steve D'Orto. Because many of our cheerleaders wore skirts on this day, it turned out 
to be quite a hairy situation. The game came to a close with the crowning of Steve Collopy as Football King. 

For the second consecutive year seniors continued to enjoy special privileges, and surprisingly enough they 
lasted throughout the year. 



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There were many social events that occurred during senior year, one of which was the Army Navy Band — 
Free Fall, which by popular demand was hired to play at our prom. Another was the excellent performance of 
the Pocket Mime, whose skits amazed and intrigued many of us. 

One of our most successful events of the year, was our senior class play, "Who's That Lady in the President's 
Bed," which was considered to be one of the best plays ever presented. The success of the play can be attributed 
to the hard work of the entire cast. Some standouts were Erin Cronin, Jim Ventre, Marty Mason, Sue Jackson, 
Donna Gilbert, Gina Bonanno, Jimmy Driscoll, Lynn Vaiknoras, Eric Ehramjian and Kory Sirmaian. 

Another enjoyable performance in which many of our classmates displayed talent was the Dance Club's 
presentation of Boogie Night. Some of our better dancers were Carlene Graham, Dickie Neil, Erin Cronin, Steve 
D'Orto and Jim Driscoll. 

In the sports scene Methuen's teams had begun to reach their potential. Despite the efforts of many of our 
seniors, the football team had not done as well as planned. The cross-country team aided by Rick Cameron, 
Mike Kowal and the many other seniors had a victorious season. With the help of Marcia Wermers, Sue Raitt 
and Gina Demonaco, the Field Hockey team was able to have a winning season. The soccer team did well with 
seniors, John Freeman, Steve Collopy and Mike Scammons. The volleyball team with help from Maureen 
Castles and Lee Delaney became MVC Co-Champs for the first time. The boys' basketball team was helped by 
Greg Favoreau, Bill Arcidiacono and Jeff Getchell, while the girls' basketball team had a successful season with 
Beth Donovan and Sandy DeFranciso helping them. The Ice Hockey team with Mike Hovnanian, Jim Cassidy, 
and Jeff Bellorado, skated their way through a good season. The boys' Gymnastics team aided by Paul Chenard 
and Marty Mason did very well. The girls' Gymnastic team had a championship season. The boys' winter track 
team aided equally well with a championship helped by Rick Rumore, Mike Ward, Bill Drury and Jeff Saffie. 
The girls' Winter Track team with help from Ace Hatem, Alison Fleming, and Gina DeMonaco had an excellent 
season. With the help from Bob Kamal and Mark Davidson the wrestling team did well. The boys' spring Track 
team captured the Title of Division B co-champs with help from Jim Ventre, Mark Grasso, Mike Hovnanian, 
Rick Rumore, Sam Panto, and the Mullins brothers. The baseball team became MVC champs with much help 
from Frank Riley, Frank Slater, Mike Scammons, and Jim Cassidy. The girls' Tennis Team fared well and 
became MVC co-champs with Jean Begley, Sheila Larson helping out. The boys' Tennis team did well with help 
from Matt Gordon. 

Our Methuen High School Band had four good years and topped it off this year with a 1st place win in 
Washington, and also placed 3rd in the State Competition. Some of the seniors that helped out are: Eric 
Ehramjian, Roy Schwartzenburg, Carol Palumbo, Kathy Sullivan, Wendy Garabidian, Willard Farrel, Sue 
Hammer, Lynn Vaiknoras, Judy Hajjar, and Lynn Hajjar. 

With the arrival of spring, came our teachers worst enemy, the onset of senioritis. This contagious disease 
was not arrested until classes finally ended on May 19. Our spring season, however, was officially opened in the 
traditional manner once again. At last it may be revealed that the two shining examples that frequent the 
McDonald area are none other than Jim Ventre and Bob McEaney. These unselfish young men have given us a 
view of their best attributes in the most unusual and interesting ways. 

Many events that occurred during these four years have been omitted (TO PROTECT THE INNOCENT), but 
we know they have not been forgotten; for as our high school years come to a close, the memories we have 
created and shared will live forever. 



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FROM OUR FRIENDS 



BEST WISHES, MUSKET'S SANDWICH SHOP 

BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 78, CAPT. AND MRS. ROBERT McCARTHY 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF "78" 

GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '78, FRANK AND EMILIE COLLOPY 

BEST OF LUCK "1978"METHUEN SR. CADETS, LUV MRS. "G" 

BEST WISHES CLASS OF 78, THE TOWNSEND'S 

BEST WISHES CLASS OF '78 FROM ATTY. WALTER B. LEBOWITZ 

KATHLEEN COOK 

BEST WISHES, MR. & MRS. WILCOCK, RICHIE 

GOOD LUCK, CLASS OF '78, ANDREW L. MELNICKI 

BEST OF LUCK TO CLASS OF "78" 

GOOD LUCK! JEAN, MAUREEN, JUDY AND ANN 

MRS. J. DIRS A 

MR. & MRS. WILLIAM H. FLYNN 

MR. & MRS. DANIEL J. DODSON 

AMY 

RICHARD R. CONLIN 

GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '78, MRS. A.M. KRUSELL 

MR. & MRS. JEROME DONOVAN, JR. 

JEFFREY J. WATERS 

BEST WISHES SENIORS, MR. & MRS. WILLIAM A. RAITT, JR. 

MICKEY'S SPORTS, INC. 

GOOD LUCK! MR. & MRS. DAVID MELLOR 

KENNEDY'S CLEANSERS INC. 

MS. BARBARA KILCARR 

BE TRUE TO YOU. 

BEST WISHES ELAINE KEVGAS 

MRS. PELLETIER, MEDIA CENTER 

GOOD LUCK TO THE BEST CLASS EVER — SANDY LAFRENIER 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH LEE 

GOOD LUCK FROM: TAMMY ANN BORUCKI, TRICIA BETH BORUCKI 

MR. & MRS. ROBERT W. FRADETTE 

DAVE WHITING 

MR. & MRS. NORMAN SHAW 

BEST WISHES — SHEILA CUNNINGHAM 

GOOD LUCK SENIORS, MICHAEL HUGHES 

LARRY SALMANSOHN 



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Congratulations From 



Olympic Sport Shop 



"Servicing all of your Sporting Needs" 

32 Hampshire Street 

Methuen, MA 01844 

(Mike Cavanaugh) 






Best Wishes from 

WCCM-RADIO 8 

and 
WCGY FM 94 — 
The Rock Garden 



Congratulations 

and Best Wishes 

from 



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Bishop's Restaurant 




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Best Wishes to 

Methuen High School 

Senior Class 

From 



Mr. and Mrs. Manuel 
Sousa 





Sales Service 
expert Body Work 

Newman Ford 



470 S. Broadway 

Salem NH 

(603) - 898 - 9766 

Rentals — Leasing 



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Best Wishes Graduates 



S. Nazarian Jewelers 



327 Essex St. 
Tel. 682-1892 




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Maiden Mills, Inc. 



leading producers of luxury fabrics and 
Methuen's largest employer 

Salutes the class of 1978. Best Wishes 
for success in your future. 




GOOD LUCK GRADUATES 

compliments of 

MORIN'S RESTAURANT AND BAKERY 

291 Essex St., Lawrence, MA 

Tel. 683-32075 

or 688-1161 



BILLS'S SUPERETTE 

79 Howe St. 

Methuen, MA 

682-9867 



METHUEN HIGH 

SCHOOL 
YEARBOOK 1978 

The best year ever! 



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Best Wishes To The Class Of 1978 



METHUEN RANGERS ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 



(M.R.A.A.) 



Meetings on first Thursday of each month. 
Join our membership. 





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Mary's Lunch 



322 Merrimack Street Methuen, MA 01844 

Home-Made Italian Food — Sandwiches 

Dinner Wines — Cold Beer — Take Out Orders 

Fri. Only — Fish & Chips 

Tel. 681-26299 

Compliments of Mr. & Mrs. 
Charles E. Bonanno 



International Brotherhood 

of 
Police Officers Local 396 



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Performance Racing 



39 Haverhill St. 

Methuen, Mass 01844 

Tel. 617 688-1290 

Speed Equipment 

Van Accessories 

Off Road Equipment 




Congratulations from the owner 
Jack Ullise of 

Skyport Restaurant 



Open 7 days 6:00 am — 9:00 pm 

Sat. & Sun. 6:00 am — 3:00 pm 

Best of Luck Class "78" 



AUTO SEAT COVERS 



CONVERTIBLE TOPS • CUSTOM SEAT COVERS 
AUTO & TRUCK CUSHIONS REBUILT • LANDAU VINYL ROOFS 

FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY 



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Satisfaction 

Assured 

EXPERT 

CRAFTSMANSHIP 



S.J. Pittera, Proprietor & Sons 
John & Michael 




Pontiac 



Volkswagon 



Park-Hegarty Pontiac 
Volkswagon, Inc. 



248 Haverhill St. Methuen, Ma 

tel. 685-3571 
serving the Merrimack Valley 



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Compliments of 
TINTS SUB AND VARIETY 



Good Luck Seniors 
WHITWORTH'S SPORTING GOODS 



Best Wishes 
to the class of 1978 



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Telephone 687-0223 

PERFECTION AUTO RADIATOR 
Member Merrimack Valley Auto Body Association 



Arthur P. Gagnon 
Proprietor 



39 Oakland Avenue 

Corner of Railroad Street 

Methuen, Mass. 01844 



PLEASANT VALLEY SUPERETTE 



CODY'S 

Office Products Center 
42 Franklin St., Lawrence 



THE HAMPSHIRE ROOM 

Salem Plaza 

Salem, New Hampshire 



SUN-RA 
GREETINGS 




678 Lowell St. — Route 110 
(Lowell-Lawrence Boulevard) 
Opposite Methuen Armory 



• Shower 
Bell 
Rentals 

• Wedding 
Invitations 

• Paper 
Products 

• Cake 
Tops 

• Favors 



Tel. 683-1323 



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CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES 
FROM 

MARY JANE'S STUDIOS 



GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1978 
HATEM AUTO BODY 



20 Woodland St. 

Methuen, Mass 

Tel. 683-9143 



THWAITES MARKET 

36 Railroad St. 
Methuen, MA 
Tel. 683-2429 

Homemade Pork & Tomato Sausage 

English Polony also made Daily 

Fresh Pork Pies 



LEAHYS DRUG STORE 

668 Haverhill St. 
Lawrence, MA 



FINDEISEN FARMS DAIRYLAND, 
INCORPORATION 



JOHNSONS FLOWER WORLD 

107 Pleasant St. Methuen, MA 01844 
Phone 687-4544 



OZZIE'S RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL 
LOUNGE 

633 Essex St. Lawrence Intown 

Specializing in American-Italian Cusine 

From The Sea — Lobsters — Shrimps — Swordfish — 

Halibut From The Broiler — Sirloin — Filet Mignon 

— Prime Rib Italian Specialties — Pizza — Lasagna 

— Parmigiana — 

We Accept Banquets! Small Groups 

Or Up To One Hundred People 

Complete Take Out Service Call 685-0250 

Live Entertainment & Dancing In The Lounge 



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Tel. 617/6B3-BD87 



43 Maplewddd Ave. 
Methuen, MA oiB44 



William A. Raitt, Jr. 

Kitchen & Bath Remodeling 



• Kitchen Cabinets 

• Bathrddm Vanities 



• Counter Tops 

• Paneling 



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Open Daily — 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. Tel. MUrdock 

8-5011 
Sundays and Holidays — 12 Noon 687-9670 

SILVER DRAGON RESTAURANT 

Air Conditioned For Your Comfort 

Party Accommodations Orders To Take Out 

— Cocktails — 

Lowell — Lawrence Boulevard 

Route 110 Off Route 93 

Methuen, Mass. 



Compliments of 



P.N. MIVILLE REALTY TRUST 



RICHARD E. PAGE 
WILLIAM C. TOBIN 



TUNE TOWN 

318 Essex Street 
Lawrence, Mass. 01840 

Complete line of records, tapes, and accessories. 

Gifts and jewelry 

688-8362 



Best Wishes — 

DOCTOR GEORGE F. BOES JR. 

DOCTOR RAYMOND J. LANGEVIN 



Free 

Estimates 

Samples 



Tel. MU 3-9724 



CORCORAN TILE COMPANY 
Ceramic Tile — Walls & Floors 



Fran Corcoran 



28 Currier St. 
Methuen, Mass. 



Best Wishes 

FREEMAN FUEL COMPANY 

50 Hampshire Street 

Methuen, Mass. 

John H. Freeman — Proprietor 



Be Our Guest . . . 

McDONALD'S 

You Deserve A Break Today 



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Success 




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BODDYS FURNITURE 



Compliments of: 

R.J.'S BAKERY 

19 Jackson Street 
Methuen, MA 01844 



Good Luck to the 

graduates of Methuen 

High Class of 78 



Pattavina's 
Restaurant-Lounge 



Methuen Mall 



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Compliments of 

LINCOLN FOODS 

1 Newbury St. 
Lawrence, Mass. 



CHRI'S 




METHUEN 

687-2333 

124 LOWELL ST., METHUEN 

18 VARIETIES 

HOT OVEN SUBS 

SPAGHETTI 

FAST-FAST SERVICE 




Free Estimates Tel. 688-6125 

CORMIER ELEC. CO. 



Licensed Electrician 



Residential or 
Commercial Work 



24 Hour Service 



Tel. 682-5283 24 Hour Towing Service 

PARRINO'S 




Texaco Service Station 
150 Merrimack St. 

Methuen, Mass. 




THE RED TAVERN 

5 Pleasant Street 
Methuen Mass. — 683-1246 

Open daily at 4:00 — Sundays 12:00 noon 

Super salad bar with all dinners. 

All major credit cards accepted. 

Call now for your dining gift certificates, an excellent 

Christmas, Birthday, or Anniversary present. 



DON KNIGHT'S 
EMERALD TAVERN 

179 Essex Street 
Lawrence, Mass 

687-9494 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1978 

ROBICHAUD TRUE VALUE HARDWARE, 
INC. 

45 Hampshire Street 
Methuen, Mass. 01844 



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Tel. 686-3806 



381-387 ESSEX STREET 



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CLASS DIRECTORY 



Ansaldi, Roseanna M 50 Frye Rd. 

Arasi, Debby A 34 Milk St. 

Arcidiacono, William 3 Cochrane St. 

Ardizzone, Keith M 66 French St. 

Arnold, Sharon M 35 Maple St. 

Augeri, Patricia E 6 Cook St. 

Bagdoian, Irene H 11 Roosevelt Ave. 

Bartlett, Martin F 21 Elsmere Ave. 

Beaudoin, Diane L 16 Hawthorne Ave. 

Becotte, Jamie M 8 Milk St. 

Begley, Jean 19 Kimball Rd. 

Belair, Paticia A 85 Union St. 

Belveau, Denise C 2 Young Farm Rd. 

Beland, Diane E 34 No. Lowell St. 

Bellorado, Jeffrey M 102 Hampshire Rd. 

Bergeron, Donna P 2 Wybosset St. 

Bianchi, Richard A 55 Oak St. 

Binette, Lisa 19 Franklin Ave. 

Bistany, David A 527 Lowell St. 

Bobola, Richard 709 Lowell St. 

Bocsi, Marie K 26 Reservoir St. 

Boland, Olga L 143 Tenney St. 

Bobola, Robert 709 Lowell St. 

Bonanno, Clement J. Jr 66 Bonanno Ct. 

Bonanno, Gina Marie 64 Bonanno Ct. 

Bonin, Bruce R 14 Coronet Ave. 

Booth, Karen A 23 Weybosset St. 

Bouchard, Chuck L 350 Howe St. 

Bourgeois, James 90 Arnold St. 

Bourgeois, John T 90 Arnold St. 

Bowden, Cheryl Ann 175 Tyler St. 

Bradish, Sharon H 2 Hobson St. 

Branca, Christopher 23 Magna Rd. 

Brandin, Linda 18 Cherry Hill St. 

Brown, Lisa Ann 18 East Capital St. 

Brown, Martin R 19 Wiscasset St. 

Buffo, Linda 296 Lowell St. 

Buggea, Joseph 11 Russell St. 

Bundzinski, Sharon M Ill Lowell St. 

Burdin, David 25 Newhill Rd. 

Burke, Colleen 11 Eustes St. 

Burns, Ellen 248 Oakland Ave. Ext. 

Burokas, Karen J 25 Forest St. 

Camacho, Peter H 283 Broadway 



Campbell, Nancy E 47 Bonanno Ct. 

Campbell, Mary 9 Granite St. 

Cameron, Richard 5 Brown St. 

Caraccio, Robert 10 Ashside Ave. 

Caredeo, Stephen A 27 Grove St. 

Carney, Elizabeth 62 Baremeadow St. 

Cassidy, James A 48 Oakhill Dr. 

Castles, Maureen 70 Hampstead St. 

Castrios, Shiela M 35 Strathmore Rd. 

Catalano, Donna 26 Frye Rd. 

Cavazza, Steven A 22 Reservoir St. 

Celia, Dotty 785 Oak St. 

Chalifour, Brian H 6 Cherryhill Cir. 

Charette, Robert 23 Franklin Ave. 

Checovich, John M 10 Rushton St. 

Chenard, Paul 200 Wheeler St. 

Geary, Brian 32 Dewey St. 

Coco, Dean J 68 Camden St. 

Coletta, Chris 43 North St. 

Colizzi, Carolyn F 185 Merrimack 

Collins, Timothy J 7 Hilltop Rd. 

Collins, Shelia 7 Hilltop Rd. 

Collopy, Stephen 65 Ayer St. 

Comerford, Coleen 7 Willow St. 

Consoli, Charles J 28 Greendale St. 

Consoli, Karen 15 Independence Dr. 

Constantineau, Lisa 208 Pelham St. 

Corcoma, Frank 28 Currier St. 

Cormier, David C 44 Summer St. 

Courcy, Karen 58 Arnold St. 

Couture, Priscilla 144 Merrimack St. 

Cronin, Erin 2 Kirk St. 

Crompton, Stephen 15 Brook St. 

Croteau, Scott 5 Oakridge St. 

Cubelli, Cheryl Ann 16 Birch Ave. 

Cubelli, Frank 377 Howe St. 

Cuticchia, Leo 36 Vermont St. 

Dagati, Marie 3 Phippen St. 

Daigle, Paula 187 Tyler St. 

Daley, Brian F 79 Union St. 

Dallon, Judith 314 St. 

Davidson, Mark 35 Hidden Rd. 

Davis, Donna 50 Danbury Dr. 

Dechane, Christine 47 Kirk St. 



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Defeo, Michele 42 Lorenzo Ave. 

Delaney, Lee 285 Broadway 

Deloge, James 106 Myrtle St. 

Deluca, Michele 14 Greendale St. 

Demarkis, John 23 Hunter AVe. 

Demonaco, Cine 14 Woodland Cir. 

Desantis, Donald 82 Hampstead St. 

Deshaies, Jeffrey T 41 Riverdale St. 

Desroche, Robert A 41 Riverdale St. 

Desroche, Robert A 17 Washington St. 

Desrochers, David F 20 Carleton St. 

Desroches, William 201 Merrimac St. 

Deveau, Paul 29 Thayer St. 

Devine, Steven F 6 Campus Rd. 

Dibenedetto, John Jr 124 Brook St. 

Difrancisco, Sandy 10 Russ St. 

Dimmock, David 50 Cypress Ave. 

DiPalermo, Elizabeth 24 Shirley Ave. 

Disalvo, Sal J 96 Kenwood Rd. 

Divoll, Kenneth M 160 Howe St. 

Dizoglio, John 147 Hampshire Rd. 

Doerr, Edward 48 Arthur St. 

Donahue, Kathleen 168 Lowell St. 

Donovan, Elizabeth 30 Sea St. 

D'Orto, Stephen 21 Birch Ave. 

Doucette, James 25 Oakland Ave. 

Downey, Laurin 142 Pleasant Valley St. 

Drago. Robert 100 Weybosset St. 

Drury, William 26 Lorenzo Cir. 

Dube, Michael T 99 West St. 

Duffy, Cathleen 187 Lowell St. 

Dzioba, Gary 5 Fairview AVe. 

Eamshaw, Deborah 43 Kensington Ave. 

Eddy, Rhonda 24 Brown Ct. 

Egan, Cynthia 31 No. Lowell St. 

Ehramjian, Eric 157 Center St. 

Eudenbach, Kenneth 46 Frye Road 

Evans, Jeffery 5 Albion St. 

Farley, Brian 256 Lowell St. 

Farrell, Willard 77 Ames St. 

Fascione, Lisa 34 Kimball Rd. 

Faunt, Cathy 2 Oak St. 

Favreau, Gregory 18 Junior Ave. 

Ferrara, Frank 22 Erhardt Ter. 

Finochiaro, Joel 91 Lorenzo Cir. 

Fiorello, James 22 Partridge, Rd. 

Fitzpatrick, Karen 183 Pleasant Valley St. 



Fleming, Tracy 76 Howe St. 

Flemings, Alyson 22 Haverhill St. 

Follansbee, John 63 Oakside AVe. 

Fraas, Debra 55 French St. 

Franz, Steven 34 Westland St. 

Frechette, Karen 16 Glenwood Ave. 

Frechette, Maryann 8 Garden City Rd. 

Freeman, John 10 Freeman Dr. 

Gallant, Ronald 20 No. Lowell St. 

Gallagher, Edward 20 School St. 

Galloway, Jane 10 Summer St. 

Garabedian, Wendy 127 Butternut Ln. 

Garvin, Karen 6 Brewster Ter. 

Gaumond, Glenn 247 Pelham St. 

Gaumond, Robert 426 Pelham St. 

Gaumond, Shawn D 87 Golf Ave. 

Gemellaro, Louis 18 Conte St. 

Gerardi, Robert D 18 Butternut Ln. 

Getchell, Jeffrey A 5 Ridge Rd. 

Giarrusso, Brenda S 4 Washington St. 

Gilbert, Donna L 48 High St. 

Gillis, Robert V 40 Jane Rd. 

Golio, Josephine M 51 Harvard Ave. 

Gordon, Matthew 518 Lowell St. 

Gormley, Peter C 160 Maple St. 

Gosselin, Janet 36 French St. 

Gould, William J 471 Lowell St. 

Graham, Carlene 42 Ashland Ave. 

Grasso, Maria 98 Boston St. 

Grasso, Mark A 8 Alton Rd. 

Grasso, Mark S 107 Butternut Ln. 

Grelle, Joe E 4 James Rd. 

Griffin, John R 19 Harvard St. 

Griffin, Cathleen 62 Capitol St. 

Gross, Maryanne F 10 Central St. 

Griskevich, Lisa 14 Conrad Rd. 

Groswald, Paula F 669 Jackson St. 

Guimond, Susan 51 French St. 

Hadley, Paula 409 Forest St. 

Hagopian, Carol H 5 Simone St. 

Haffar, Judith M 4 Florence Rd. 

Harrar, Lynne M 17 Lippold St. 

Halison, Karen 7 Washington St. 

Halloran, Paula 130 Warwick St. 

Hamel, Paula 14 Durell St. 

Hammer, Susan G 38 Sycamore Rd. 

Hannagan, James 32 Swan Ave. 



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Hannagan, Thomas M 32 Swan Ave. 

Hart, Geralyn 7 Webb St. 

Hatem, Joan F 20 Francella Rd. 

Hatem, Rosine M 33 Armory Rd. 

Hegarty, James T 51 Reservoir St. 

Hering, Susan 12 Pleasant Cir. 

Hibbard, Ronald 11 Riverview Ave. 

Hildebrandt, Susan C 10 Tyler St. 

Holgate, Michael 8 Miller St. 

Hovanasian, Mark G 167 Tyler St. 

Hovananian, Michael 6 Kimball Rd. 

Imielkowski, Mary 55 Cochrane, Cir. 

Ippolitto, David 118 Pleasant St. 

Isabelle, Elaine 42 Camden St. 

Jabour, George 140 Pleasant Valley St. 

Jackson, Maureen 45 Ashland Ave. 

Jackson, Susan 36 Auburn St. 

Jacobs, Margaret 7 Endicott Cir. 

Joseph, Cynthia 186 Tenney St. 

Joyal, John T 26 Magna Rd. 

Kamal, Robert 10 Bernard Lane 

Kattar, Kimberly A 131 Jackson St. 

Kendall, Cheryl 57 Woburn St. 

Kenney, Richard 35 Hampstead St. 

Kerr, Susan 21 Central St. 

Koralishn, Marie 689 Jackson St. 

Korizis, Mary 34 Thorton Ave. 

Kostandin, Thalia 19 Gage St. 

Kostyla, David 13 Park Ave. 

Kowal, Michael 61 Arthur St. 

Kuehn, Jeffrey 6 Brookfield Rd. 

Labrecque, Mark S 16 Laurel Ave. 

Lacroix, Lisa 33 Riverdale St. 

Lacroix, Richard 2 Glenwood Ave. 

Lafrenier, Sandra 40 Elmwood Rd. 

Lambert, Carol 12 Joy Terrace 

Lane, Kevin 164 Warwick St. 

Laplante, Karen 18 Orchard St. 

Larson, Sheila 344 Hampshire, Rd. 

Latorre, Bonita 34 Forest St. 

Latulippe, Mary 17 Riverview Ave. 

Lavallee, Mary E H Harvard Ave. 

Lavigne, Mary Jo 1A Maple St. 

Lavoie, Patricia 62 Campus Rd. 

Lavoie, Diane L 55 Maplewood Ave. 

Lawrence, Debra J 9 Gleason St. 

Lavoie, Michelle 92 Hillcrest Ave. 



Lee, Brenda 134 Oakside Ave. 

Leger, Wendy 91 Arnold St. 

Lescarbeau, Lynn 866 Riverside Dr. 

Linton, Dana 19 Almont St. 

L'ltalien, Judity A 9 Madison St. 

Lucier, Diana 98 Elm St. 

Lupo, Linda 53 Plymouth Ave. 

MacDonald, Michael E 67 Butternut Lane 

Magri, Linda 132 West St. 

Magri, Steven 132 West St. 

Manera, Kimberly 9 Conrad St. 

Mann, Dorothy 43 North Lowell St. 

Manning, Cheryl A Falmouth St. 

Mansor, George 20 Meadow Brook Rd. 

Marquis, Raymond 64 Oakland Ave. 

Marsland, Diane 22 Tyler St. 

Martin, Sharon 42 Camden St. 

Mason, Martin 180 Tyler St. 

May, Jamie 65 Forest St. 

Maynard, Nancy 65 Center St. 

Mazo, John 135 Howe St. 

McCarthy, Mary Lou 3 Lexington Ave. 

McCafferty, Brian L 89 Lowell St. 

McCarthy, Christine M 3 Lexington Ave. 

McCormish, Russell 43 Edgewood Ave. 

McDermott, Brian 5 Brian St. 

McEneaney, Robert 302 Howe St. 

McGreevy, Mark P 29 Tower St. 

McKee, Jean 55 Lyndale Ave. 

McKenzie, Gary 49 Beston St. 

McKinley, Charles Elm Crest Estates Apt. 9 

McShan, Kelly 121 Vermont St. 

Medici, Susan M 14 Maple St. 

Mellow, Donna L 60 Clayton Ave. 

Mercado, Carmen 39 Chase St. 

Merlini, Peter 221 Merrimack St. 

Michaud, Marc P 23 Dale St. 

Milone, Thomas M 77 North Lowell St. 

Mohr, Mark F 33 Weybossett St. 

Monfet, Robert 25 Farley St. 

Montminy, Catherine 59 Pelham St. 

Mooney, Kathryn 19 Evergreen St. 

Moran, Dennis M 18 Noyes St. 

Morgan, Pamela 24 Vincent Ave. 

Morin, Judith 294 Oak St. 

Morrison, Nancy 44 Causeway Ave. 

Morrison, Scott 106 Howe St. 



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Morse, Andrea 103 Butternut Lane 

Moscuzza, Frank M 10 Rambler Rd. 

Moschetto, Cynthia 7 Derry Rd. 

■n, Dorothea N 10 Crestshire Lane 

Mulhns, Paul V 23 Campus Rd. 

Mulhns, Charles 23 Campus Rd. 

Napolitano, Diane 51 Ayer St. 

Neel, Richard 14 John St. 

Nicolosi, Sally J 41 Sandra Lane 

Nightingale, William 10 West St. 

Noble, John 3 Lavoie Ave. 

Novello, Lucy 189 Oak St. 

O'Clare, Lisa A 39 Monterey Ave. 

O'Hanian, John W 110 Butternut Lane 

O'Neil, Sandra L 19 Grove St. 

O'Donnell, Paul 75 Cochrane Cir. 

Olefirowicz, Teresa 14 Applewood Lane 

Ouellette, Annmarie 9 Elm St. 

Ouelette, Linda 1 Carroll St. 

Palino, Debra 30 Woodburn Drive 

Palumbo, Carole 627 Forest St. 

Pandelena, Nancy 3 Brook St. 

Panto, Salvatore 7 North St. 

Pappalardo, Thomas 387 Lowell St. 

Paquin, Linda 30 Orchard St. 

Parent, Nancy 47 Merrimack St. 

Paris, Janet 15 Gaston St. 

Parker, Robert 344A Hampshire St. 

Parillo, Darren R 5 Canobieola Rd. 

Patti, Alfred 10 Perry Ave. 

Patti, Michael 206 Oakland Ave. 

Pedneault, Louise 11 Tenney St. 

Pelletier, Janice 31 Lippold Rd. 

Pepe, Susan 232 Hampshire St. 

Pike, Audrey 15 Robbin St. 

Pike, John 15 Robin St. 

Pincince, Mark 10 Filbert 

Piro, Anthony 18 Erhardt Ter. 

Plouffe, Ronald 21 Tedesco Rd. 

Plourde, Donna M 172 Jackson St. 

Pollzotti, Phyllis 12 Olive St. 

Poulin, Kenneth J 179 Edgewood AVe. 

Press, Michael 58 Forest St. 

Ragonese, Margaret 21 Boylston St. 

Rainville, William 54 Arnold St. 

Raitt, Susan 43 Maplewood Ave. 

Rapazzo, Vanessa 4 Chelmsford St. 



Rastello, Darlene 7 Erhart Terr. 

Raymond, Donna 9 Glen Ave. 

Regan, Jo-hn 83 Lorenzo St. 

Reuter, Michael 69 Oakland Ave. 

Ricci, Brenda 42 Campus St. 

Riley, Frank 57 Atkinson St. 

Riopelle, Mark 46 Elm St. 

Rivela, Richard 100 Peever St. 

Rivera, Billy 29 French St. 

Roberge, Stephen 19 Temple Dr. 

Roberts, Teddi Jean 175 Woodburn Dr. 

Roger, Maria L 485 Lowell St. 

Rogers, Cynthia Jean 38 Atkinson St. 

Romeo, Rhonda 52 Longview 

Rumore, Richard 6 Loring Rd. 

Rushton, Richard 907 Riverside Dr. 

Russo, James 19 Olive Ave. 

Sabbagh, Paul 59 Cochran Cir. 

Sadzewich, Lynn 74 Thorton Ave. 

Saffie, David 199 Tenney St. 

Saffie, Jeffrey 125 Pelham St. 

Saghbini, Hiba 10 Birchwood Rd. 

Salafia, Michael 24 Pond St. 

Salvo, Linda 65 Mystic St. Apt. 8 

Samra, Charles 25 Channing St. 

Sanford, Marjorie 39 Campus Rd. 

Sanguedolce, Judith 16 Pleasant View St. 

Santacroce, Nicholas 7 Savin Ave. 

Saulen, Diana Clare 31 West Ayer St. 

Savastano, Barbara 93 Cross Ave. 

Scammon, Michael 58 Pelham St. 

Schindler, Kurt 80 Pinehurst Ave. 

Schruender, Diane 5 Field Ave. 

Schwarzenberg, Roy 69 Ames St. 

Sciacca, Paula 130 Tenny St. 

Sheeham, Robert 99 Boston St. 

Simoes, Cheryl 2 Butternut Lane 

Siney, Mark R 31 University Lane 

Sirmaian, Koren 26 Applewood Lane 

Slack, James E 22 Redgate Dr. 

Slater, Frank 16 Clayton Ave. 

Smith, Henry W 272 Howe St. 

Sousa, Robert 15 French St. 

Spence, Sheryl 211 Oakland Ave. Ext. 

Spinelli, Gina 32 West Ayer St. 

St. Laurent, Judith 172 Pleasant St. 

St. Louis, Pamela 85 Phillips St. 



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Stoebel, Beverly 1 Ashford St. 

Strozza, Paul 322 Oak St. 

Stumpo, Joseph 112 Howe St. 

Sullivan, Kathleen 27 Quincy St. 

Sunderland, Faith 635 Forest St. 

Tahan, Patricia 2 Sunset Ave. 

Tanguay, Robin 59 Ayers Village Rd. 

Tashereau, Douglas 72 Kenwood Rd. 

Thibodeau, Roger J 56 Emsly Ter. 

Titone, Christina 283 Lowell St. 

Titone, Pauline 283 Lowell St. 

Townsend, Karen 4 Stoneybrook Rd. 

Tuminowski, Jane 206 Hampstead St. 

Turco, Joseph 61 Thorton Ave. 

Vachon, David 11 Stevens 

Vaiknoras, Lynn 26 Almont St. 

Ventre, James F 85 Ayer St. 

Vieweg, Sharon R 39 Maplewood Ave. 

Wales, Scott 9 Wilfred St. 



Wallace, William 19 Euclid Ave. 

Wallace, James B 193 Pelham St. 

Ward, Gregory 11 Webb St. 

Ward, Michael F 86 Phillips St. 

Waring, Sandra J 4 Carleton St. 

Watts, Wendy M 191 forest St. 

Weir, James 207 Lowell Blvd. 

Welch, Michael S Duma Rd. 

Wermers, Caroline E 64 Maple St. 

Wermers, Marsha 44 High St. 

Whipple, Everett L 254 Pelham St. 

White, Sandra R 73 Pinehurst Ave. 

Whipple, Linda 21 Annis St. 

Wormald, Michael 5 Crestshire Lane 

Wrobel, Debra K 16 Auburn St. 

Wrobel, Mechael 11 Joy Terr. 

Young, Richard W 7 Schley St. 

Zappala, Lisa M 41 Arlington St. 

Zytkewicz, Nancy 113 Howe St. 




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